Intro to Web Design: Friendly Design for Startups and Small Business

Meg Lewis, Designer

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3 Lessons (1h 8m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Button Styles, Avatars, Containers

    • 3. Creating a One Pager for a Start-up

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110 of 125 students recommend this class
Prisanti Putri

Engineer by day, words & color lover all day

It's useful and give a great overview. But unfortunately it doesn't fell interesting. Maybe you could cut off the video into some part so people can learn it shorter clips
I liked her class. However, I wish she elaborated on the reasons behind her technique.
This was FUN! Thanks Meg for offering this class! It makes me want to rework some websites that I've been working on. I absolutely LOVED it and wish I had taken it sooner! Two Thumbs Up!
This is not a conceptual class, nor does it discuss wireframing, etc. Instead, it is a tutorial of how to replicate the landing web page Meg features in her video for the fictional company Partystarters. I can't give it a thumbs down as I enjoyed the class, but I'm not sure who I'd recommend it to — perhaps designers at a beginner level who want to practice their Photoshop skills.