Discussion in 'Web Design' started by v2Media, Oct 15, 2010.
I have found a very useful information and thanks for posting.
Thanks for this!
I've been using lynda.com for the past two years.. It is very flexible and clear to understand for me..
Appreciated your thought on sharing this!
I am not sure if the original poster is still around. But I think Inkscape should have a greater emphasis as it rates itself by the few features it doesnt have that Illustrator does, rather than the amount of features it does have, which is a ton and many Illustrator doesn't.
Also I think Notepad++ should be put on there as well. Emphasis on hand coding and clean coding early on saves a lot of work later. In my opinion at least.
I want to learn web design, Is it possible DIY with Web Designing?
useful sources and great effort
thanks a lot
Wow this is an amazing information..Im into web designing and i want some tips.
Professional Web Design
Great resources, I think this time I could really make my job more easier with these list. Thanks!
what kind of resources you recomend to become in a web designer.
Thank you V8Media ... I got something new from you webdesign listing. I always love w3school.com and psdbucket.com to check out. Thanks again.
You are awesome!
Thank you sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo (imagine a horizontal number 8 for infinity) much for posting this thread! It has really helped me a lot!
Very nice article. Extremely useful information. I learned something new from this post
Great list! Thanks for posting this! I agree with most (if not all of these recommendations) Awesome!
I always suggest people to just jump in and not waste your time on tutorials. Just become enveloped in the programs and see where it goes.
First time I looked at this page and I didn't go thru all the pages, so sorry if this has been posted. W3Schools while good for some things should be taken with a grain of salt. Please before taking all of it for gospel, take a look at Paul Irish's site:
Do you live to give bad advice?
From this list I often use Lynda...but there are a lot of websites that I didn't even now about them.
WebSquad ..you say that thing to new designers because you want them to practice it..but..before practice you really need some theory
Just new on the forum, but here's something. In the beginning of this year I wanted to create my own website and code manually. Fortunately there are LOADS! of tutorials people can find on the internet, however I couldn't find any texteditor which had features I really wanted to see in an HTML-editor.
Fortunately I know how to code in .NET and I started to create my own HTML-editor, named "Webstract Studio". I had some beta-tester and they are extremely enthusiastic about the way the software works. "Tutorialzine" and "Smashing Magazines" are going to write a review on their website(s), cause they are quite impressed.
Why don't you have a look and tell me what you think of it.
Thanks Man I like This List..
Nice list! I've visited many of these before (especially w3schools <3)
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