Amazing Web Design in 1 Hour: 25+ Simple Guidelines for Beautiful Websites
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Welcome to this course!1:13
Introduction to web design3:30
Using colors like a pro6:44
Working with images4:54
Working with icons3:29
Spacing and layout3:42
Introduction to user experience2:50
Getting inspired: the secret ingredient for stunning web design2:25
8 super effective ways to improve your website's conversion4:35
Where to go from here?1:25
About This Class
In this class, you will learn 25+ dead simple and very practical guidelines of amazing web design in less than 1 hour. You can use them to improve your websites today!
You will learn how to make text look professionally designed, how to correctly use colors, how to get and use amazing images, fonts and icons, how to create a layout using whitespace and visual hierarchy, and how to make your websites convert better using 8 simple-to-use techniques.
I will also share tons of resources with you in the course e-book so that you can complete your project in no time!
"Excellent quality advice for beginners." +++ "A really good starting point in design for someone with a technical background" +++ "LOVED all of the resources included" +++ "Useful information that can be applied instantly to improve user experience & overall appearance of site"
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This course was super helpful for covering the basics of good web design without getting too technical. Thankyou!
Great class, chock full of useful information and it gets right to the nuts and bolts of web design. The E Book is a very valuable reference. A must for anyone who wants to create a website or learn best design practices.
Jonas is a self-taught web designer and developer with a great passion for building beautiful new things from scratch. He has been building websites since 2007, a skill that allowed him to pay for college doing what he loves the most: designing and developing websites. Jonas has taught responsive web design and web design principles to thousands of students: now it’s your turn!