To create outstanding websites, we need to learn from web design tutorials. These tutorials inspire us to give birth to impressive, interactive web designs that are loved by both the client and the visitors.
Today I have collected some of the best (in my opinion of course) web design tutorials available on the internet. The things I checked in these tutorials before featuring theme here are: 1) They should be up-to-date with current trends. 2) They should not waste your time. 3) They should use recent versions of designing software, not the outdated versions. This is 2013 so we need web design tutorials for 2013. And that’s exactly what I’ve brought you today.
Web Design Tutorials
Mind you, these are only designing tutorials so you might not find much coding help here.
An introduction is always important before you start learning anything.
If you are completely new to web design and HTML, this tutorial will be perfect for you to start with and it will guide you through all the HTML basics that you need to know. Here, you will learn what is HTML, it’s elements, tags, attributes, and how to create a basic web page.
In this tutorial, you will learn the basics about the CSS typography, font properties, web safe fonts, custom fonts, font stacks, CSS line height and vertical margins, units that you need to use in typography, and how to style your page’s typography.
In this tutorial about CSS layouts you will figure all about rem-based layouts, sizing CSS, aligning CSS, spacing CSS, and responsive CSS.
Make sure you check out this tutorial if you want to learn about the background colors, text and link colors, background images, border colors, and shadow effects. Nice and very detailed tutorial.
A 1hr 52min length course.
Jekyll being a static site generation system, in this tutorial, you will learn how to properly set up a Jekyll theme on the website that you are currently designing.
This amazing tutorial is about element queries and the possible future of the responsive design. It is important to have in mind that we no longer build websites for particular size screens – now new website’s need to be able to adapt to any kind of screen.
This is a whole course that consists of 42 detailed videos. The whole course take 1hr 58min and you will need a free (or premium) Webflow account, and Chrome or Safari browser to start this course.
The CSS Flexbox mode is used by web designers more and more often lately. Also, it is currently supported by all main browsers that most people use. Here, you will go through 6 insightful projects with Flexbox and learn many new useful things,
If you want to design a screen, wireframing is crucial for your knowledge – you need to learn how to do it if you want to have a successful result. This detailed step-by-step guide will help you learn all about it.
In this short course, you will learn about getting clients, creating a content strategy, design principles, site build, site launch, and the importance of a portfolio.