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    Good web Design Courses?

    What is the best online course for beginners to Web Design?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom M View Post
    What is the best online course for beginners to Web Design?
    Our Getting Started With Web Design forum has a sticky thread that can help you with that.

    A Beginner's Guide to Anything and Everything

    It contains links to all sorts of good online resources.

    In terms of the best though, the paid for courses from lynda.com can be very good.
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    There are many options of training online that you might find on internet ; actually bellow you will find some suggestions. Also you keep in mind the following tips about some skills which you should develop such as:

    Essential skills of a good web designer
    Style
    Project Management
    Typography
    Creative Thinking
    Web Design
    Print Design and Layout
    Photography
    Networking
    Communication
    Social Media Marketing

    Try with (graphicdesignfield) or (developphp)

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    In addition to whats been mentioned, this series may be of some help: Web Design from Scratch - Nettuts.
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    W3 schools is best online sites where we can find best course for beginners to Web Design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shetyr2 View Post
    W3 schools is best online sites where we can find best course for beginners to Web Design.
    Sorry no, they're not. The level of of incorrectness in their material got so bad that www.w3fools.com was created to help educate people on corrections to their material.
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    Great courses guys. I have recently started working on my webpage and these will really help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul_wilkins View Post
    Sorry no, they're not. The level of of incorrectness in their material got so bad that www.w3fools.com was created to help educate people on corrections to their material.

    hey thanks for that link. I only took a look so far and I look forward to browsing it more.

    You can use http://tutsplus.com to pay for good courses. On youtube you can find a handful of free ones that are good, an example being The New Boston.

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    Check out http://teamtreehouse.com
    I have a subscription there and Nick Petit does a wonderful job focusing on how to build design and how to design.

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    Udacity is another source. I'm doing one of their classes, but right now I'm kind of indifferent on it since it's using Python with the Google App Engine. I guess I was more expecting PHP for making web applications.

    http://www.udacity.com/


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