I need your help!
For a while I will open up the comments section for new ideas. I would like some ideas on what you as a reader have used, like a book, to learn something you wanted to. If I like your idea, I will try to write a post on it.
My idea is that others can benefit from your references.
I would love to hear some from a technological point of view.
Thank you so much for reading,
Hi, as some of you know I’m starting a little web design business. I’m creating a selection of websites right now and I need something else. A name. I would like to know what you guys think I should name my business and why. For those creative, you can post a little logo that you think should go. I also need a more professional email.
Please reply by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
You may think that web designing is for those nerds that have tricked out pcs with 64gb ram and 3tb of hard drive. You may also think that you need Dreamweaver 2013 and the latest Photoshop to design pages. Well, you are totally wrong. All you need is a simple text editor, like notepad, and some basic knowledge. Some determination won’t hurt.
So, how do you do it? First, go to w3schools.com and learn basic HTML and css. Then, go to Barnes and Noble and get the latest, newest, and best looking html5 book for you. I say best looking, I mean the one that is better for you to learn from.
Have you fallen in love with web design yet? Are you taking orders from customers for awesome sites? Do you feel overwhelmed? This is where Dreamweaver and photoshop come in hand. Once you get the hand of it the price of the software will pay for itself.
Now, if you already are “that good” you should spread the knowledge. A magician never reveals his secrets, but web designers should reveal theirs. You can comment below with any helpful books or sites that help you gain a better understanding of web designing.
Good Luck and Thanks for reading!
Validation. Making sure that your site doesn’t have any structure issues.
Have you ever been making a website and a > has been out of place or an image doesn’t load. You spend hours trying to find out where the problem lies. Well, now there is a solution w3schools has a validation tool. An online tool that you can type in the address and it will find any errors in the site.
Websites need to be valid so that the viewer will get a better user experience. All the pictures load and there is no visual stray code. The loading is better too. It saves you hours of pointless work and money purchasing a similar tool.
Thanks for reading!