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Create a promotional, animated marquee for the homepage of your WordPress website. The exercise files and code snippets for this course are free to all members.
Five-minute workflow improvements for creative pros, covering Photoshop, Illustrator, WordPress, and other tools designers commonly use.
Find out whether Google Glass—a wearable computer that places both a screen and a camera near your eye—is right for you.
Learn how to use desire lines, and commitment, reinforcement, and breakage techniques to influence users' behavior patterns.
Describes how to install and configure Apache, MySQL, and PHP, known as the AMP stack, on a local development computer.
Get a fresh look at AngularJS, a framework for building single-page web applications fast.
Learn to identity the most useful APIs available for your web applications, including services from Google, iOS and Android, Facebook and Twitter, Citrix, and even the US government.
Learn how to tap into self-image with the right persuasive design techniques, and make your product or service seem more valuable.
Learn how to design wireframes and prototypes with InDesign.
Learn to create UI elements, web graphics, wireframes, and functional mockups that transition beautifully and easily to production with Photoshop.
Learn how to create your custom icon font quickly and easily from existing icons or your own hand-drawn artwork, using tools like Illustrator, Fontello, Glyphs Mini, and more.
Start your UX designs in Illustrator. Learn how to create custom reusable symbols, add text, use artboards to design for multiple screens and application states, and export your wireframes as PDFs.
Learn how to motivate your users to act and engage them with your UX designs—without misleading them.
Learn how to use Photoshop shapes, styles, and layers to create wireframes, prototypes, and other UX design documents.
Explore how to integrate WordPress into a Dreamweaver site to make for efficient editing of your code.
See how to map your users' needs to your proposed UX design solution with scenarios and storyboards.
Generate more creative, more satisfactory solutions for your users using ideation techniques.
Get a first look at Edge Code, the impressive new code editor from Adobe, and its open-source cousin Brackets.
Learn how to build dynamic jQuery Mobile web applications that read data from services like Flickr, YouTube, WordPress, and Twitter.
Learn how to create typography that's beautiful, functional, and easily scalable across tablets, phones, and computers of all types and sizes.
The team behind Local Projects, a multimedia design firm, explains the development process behind some of their most high-profile projects, including an installation for the 9/11 Memorial Museum.
Learn about the new features, the minor pitfalls, and the best migration path for jQuery Mobile 1.4.
Make your development process more user centered. Learn about the importance of personas, how to create them, and how to use them in your user experience research and design.
Learn how to gather user data through careful observation, and transform that data into actionable project ideas for a more user-centric design.
Learn about the benefits of user-centered design and the six techniques illustrated in the UX Design Techniques series.
Learn about the interface changes and performance improvements that come with the latest release of Flash Professional CC.
Shows you how to use the Feathers and Starling user interface frameworks along with Stage3D to build out mobile applications with Adobe AIR.
Learn to employ AJAX and AHAH in your web projects and dynamically update pages without reloading—all with the streamlined capabilities in jQuery.
Learn how to install the JQuery UI plugin, use its prebuilt widgets on your existing web pages, and add interactivity with behaviors.
Learn how to use jQuery to add web form usability, animation, and other features like slideshow galleries to your existing webpages.
Learn how Compass (powered by Sass) can help you build a responsive layout workflow that is easier, faster, and more compatible than CSS alone.
Reveals how designers can create vibrant web graphics, wireframes, and complete web site mockups in Photoshop with navigation bars and buttons.
Migrate a WordPress site to a new location by duplicating and resetting the database.
Follow Erik Natzke, generative artist and principle designer at Adobe, as he draws on his experience as an artist to build applications that improve people's ability to be creative.
Learn to style your Foundation site with Sass and Compass.
Explore the creative possibilities of CSS typographic effects, including text shadows, animation, transforms, and 3D depth.
Build slideshows that harness the full power of the web with reveal.js.
Find out whether Creative Cloud is right for you. Learn about installing and updating the app, working with cloud storage, and using CC on the go.
Build a to-do list widget with an editable field so users can easily create tasks and delete them as they are completed, and a drag-and-drop version that allows for quick and easy sorting.
Store simple data without a database using web storage solutions like XML, JSON, YAML, and HTML5.
Learn to build a scalable backend with Azure Mobile Services and connect it to an existing app, add user profiles and roles, store data in the cloud, and set up an API service.
Generate an interactive website from scratch with Bootstrap.
Learn about the new CSS classes, mobile-first approach, and other enhancements in Bootstrap 3.
Learn to use Emmet's abbreviated shortcuts to write full-fledged HTML, XML, CSS, and code faster and more efficiently.
Learn to create an engaging, interactive, and animated timeline with HTML and jQuery.
“My colleagues and I decided to start our own graphic design business, but had no knowledge of how to build a credible website. Having learned After Effects through lynda.com in prior years, I logged on to learn HTML, CSS, and Dreamweaver. Finally we have a site that looks as good as the company we’re trying to be.” —John T.
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