During the last couple of weeks, we have talked with a lot of people that want to get into web design and development. We are always glad to see people interested in learning web design. So we gathered around a series of resources and arranged them in the following categories: learning, inspiration, web resources and reading. As we think that this guide is a good first start, we will take each category and show you step by step why.
Free Code Camp
We’re an open source community of people who learn to code and help nonprofits.
When you need more specific items for your website or you want, for example, to know if a CSS property is working on all browsers have a look on:
W3 Schools HTML
Learning the basic elements that create a web page.
W3 Schools CSS
Learning how to style those different elements from the web page.
Learning how to dynamically manipulate different elements from a web page.
W3 Schools Bootstrap
Learning how to use the most popular Framework For web, it also includes Responsive functionality.
Inspiration – “Good Designers Copy, Great Designers Steal”
Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
siteInspire is a showcase of the finest web and interactive design.
The leading online platform to showcase & discover creative work.
Call to idea
Get quickly inspiration!
Httpster is a showcase of damn hot website design.
Free resources [Free&paid]
Designmodo Market is a place of carefully selected products for web designers and developers.
Fully coded design resources for web developers.
Your open source hub that provides you with lovable products and great knowledge.
Show and tell for designers
Don’t Make Me Think
A common sense approach to Web usability.
Web Designer Depot
From Photoshop tutorials to WordPress plugins, WDD is the perfect showcase for Web savvy designers.
Smashing Magazine is an online magazine for professional Web designers and developers