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Web design resources

Discussion in 'Website Design Forum:' started by mick_mccabe, Sep 19, 2014.

  1. mick_mccabe

    mick_mccabe Member

    Hi Guys
    I'm wanting to get into web development, I studied web design as part of my digital art Degree. basically just a static pages. But its something i keep saying ill pick that back up and never get round to it. So I'm getting round to it now.

    Can Any web designers point me in the right direction of sites for resources or books etc.?

    Cheers
    Mick
     
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  3. mick_mccabe

    mick_mccabe Member

    Cheers Sean mate. I would be starting from scratch without a doubt, things will no doubt pop back into my memory once i pick it up again. I've always loved web design so looking forward to getting into it. It will be no walk in the park to begin with but once i get the wheels rolling i'll hopefully be golden. Cheers again for the links.
     
  4. No worries, good luck with it mate, it can get very frustrating at times...! Let us know if you need any help, or want some more advanced tutorials ;)
     
  5. kudosmedia

    kudosmedia New Member

    Incredibly useful tools and resources for Web designers

    1. Niice
    2. Pixel Dropr
    3. Designer News
    4. Firefox’s Font Inspector
    5. Cloud Comp
    6. Sidebar.io
    7. BLOKK
    8. What’s My Browser Size?
    9. Intuitive Color Picker
    10. Timehub
    11. Helvetica vs Arial
    12. HEX to RGB Converter
    13. PlaceIt
    14. Heyoffline.js
    15. Keynote/PowerPoint for UX Tests
    16. Alfred Workflows
    17. PLTTS
    18. Chardin.js
    19. Mincss
    20. CSSCSS
     
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  6. mick_mccabe

    mick_mccabe Member

    Another Question regarding this topic, what is the best software to use? would you guys recommend a certain software?

    Cheers
    Mick
     
  7. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    notepad++ is the one I'm using at the moment, it's basically hand coding it though. I'm sure there are some 'better' options out there.
     
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  8. I use Brackets, can't really fault it when working via FTP using WinSCP.
     
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  9. faizan300

    faizan300 New Member

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  10. mick_mccabe

    mick_mccabe Member

    cheers guys, i'll have a look out for them. thanks again
     
  11. yusuf74

    yusuf74 Member

    You guys are soooooo intelligent. Hi Mick I'm new what are your choices.
     
  12. rosie1

    rosie1 New Member

    I fins CSS is really cool to use
     

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