minarul55 — 2013-11-10T05:47:21-05:00 — #1
Hello friends how are you all?i am fine.today i want to know how to learn easily web design?i am very interested to learn web design but don;t know how i can start.anyone tell me please.
technobear — 2013-11-10T08:38:10-05:00 — #2
You need to start by learning the basics of HTML and CSS. I'd advise getting a good book that will take you through the subjects methodically, such as [this one from SitePoint. You could also head over to our sister site, [URL="https://learnable.com/"]learnable.com](http://www.sitepoint.com/store/build-your-own-website-the-right-way-using-html-css-3rd-edition/), where you'll find a whole range of courses and books available.
ontargett — 2013-11-10T10:24:19-05:00 — #3
technobear — 2013-11-10T10:28:51-05:00 — #4
You can opt for either a monthly or a yearly subscription - and there's a 30-day, money-back guarantee. https://learnable.com/join
ontargett — 2013-11-10T11:05:50-05:00 — #5
Ah ok, great thanks for that. Has anyone used it on here, any feedback?
ralphm — 2013-11-10T18:37:35-05:00 — #6
It's a great site, with tons of great video courses and books. It's a sister site for SitePoint, so have all their books ready for download.
pinkzebradesign — 2013-11-12T03:22:13-05:00 — #7
First of all you have to learn HTML, CSS and then start to learn Photoshop for editing.
system — 2013-11-21T02:12:48-05:00 — #8
Hi i am also here for learnign design... and this is very helpful replies from you all..
kiwiheretic — 2013-11-21T17:21:50-05:00 — #9
Any idea what your goals are at this stage? Are you looking to create website for yourself or others?
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kiwiheretic — 2013-11-26T01:04:43-05:00 — #10
I hear many use Adobe Illustrator instead of photoshop.
stevie_d — 2013-11-30T13:43:17-05:00 — #11
There are all sorts of image editors, varying from free to expensive, simple to complicated. For most people, it comes down to whatever you're most comfortable using. Personally I find that Gimp (free) is perfectly good enough for 99% of what I need, and IrfanView (free and really quick) does what I need 80% of the time.
system — 2014-10-08T01:14:30-04:00 — #12
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