I am new here and would appreciate your suggestions on some topics. I have a site of my own, and plan to learn about web designing. Is it possible to learn online? I want to learn it to be able to do certain modifications on the website. But I am unable to choose the right course. Do I need any tuition for these? I would be glad to hear any ideas you have. I have been a regular visitor to this forum and have found it very useful in the past. I hope you have some helpful tips this time too.
There are many sources out there that will help get into web design, both paid and free. I recommend beginningwebdesign[dot]com, which charges a fee for purchase or 2createawebsite[dot]com which allows you to download a pdf file with mass amounts of information for free. Let me know if these work for you or if you have any other questions.
Jodie I recommend looking into Steve Krug’s “Don’t Make me Think”, Bill Scott’s “Designing Web Interfaces: Principles and Patterns for Rich Interaction”, and Vincent Flander’s “Son of Web Pages That Suck: Learn Good Design by Looking at Bad Design”. Also, I would subscribe to blogs where you can receive more information and the ability to communicate with other online users in your position. A few blogs you might want to check out: http://looksgoodworkswell.blogspot.com/, http://www.webdesignerwall.com/, http://www.3point7designs.com/blog/. Hope this helps.
You can look it up on the web you will find millions of tutorials all for free in which you will have to then find a technique that works for you. You can also find sample code to test.Personally the investment in an old fashion book, what am I saying an ebook you don’t need to read by the way the device will do it for you.