Resources for Learning Web Design

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  1. Marcus_09

    Marcus_09 New Member

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    I have found a very useful information and thanks for posting.
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  2. ashleycasas

    ashleycasas New Member

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    Thanks for this!

    I've been using lynda.com for the past two years.. It is very flexible and clear to understand for me.. :)
     
  3. jumpingspider

    jumpingspider New Member

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    Appreciated your thought on sharing this!
     
  4. Absolution

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    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. :)
     
  5. prakasharige

    prakasharige New Member

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    I want to learn web design, Is it possible DIY with Web Designing?
     
  6. Roka

    Roka New Member

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    useful sources and great effort

    thanks a lot :)
     
  7. AnDreA1980

    AnDreA1980 New Member

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    Wow this is an amazing information..Im into web designing and i want some tips.
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    Professional Web Design
     
  8. anrichfosters

    anrichfosters New Member

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    Great resources, I think this time I could really make my job more easier with these list. Thanks!
     
  9. martintanner

    martintanner New Member

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    what kind of resources you recomend to become in a web designer.
     
  10. Santosh

    Santosh New Member

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    Thank you V8Media ... I got something new from you webdesign listing. I always love w3school.com and psdbucket.com to check out. Thanks again.
     
  11. sophiessmom

    sophiessmom New Member

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    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! :)
     
  12. westind

    westind New Member

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    Great post

    Very nice article. Extremely useful information. I learned something new from this post :):)
     
  13. marketer_5000

    marketer_5000 New Member

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    Great list! Thanks for posting this! I agree with most (if not all of these recommendations) Awesome! :)

     
  14. WebSquad

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    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.
     
  15. Brian Angel

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    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:
    W3FOOLS
     
  16. Brian Angel

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    Do you live to give bad advice?
     
  17. zipinel

    zipinel New Member

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    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
     
  18. Jajinder

    Jajinder New Member

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    Hi,

    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.

    http://www.x-impress.com/software/webstract.html

    Kind regards,
    Jajinder
     
  19. saber mogaddas

    saber mogaddas New Member

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    Thanks Man I like This List..
     
  20. Backseat

    Backseat New Member

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    Nice list! I've visited many of these before (especially w3schools <3)
     
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