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Develop a content strategy that translates into a better user experience. Learn how to build user persona spectrums, content guidelines, and more meaningful content for websites and apps.
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Learn how to use VirtualBox and virtual machines for browser testing. Brian Wood explains how to run multiple operating system to test Internet Explorer compatibility.
Learn how to use jQuery, a free plugin called tablesorter, and some simple CSS to create sortable, interactive HTML tables.
Learn how to create a Twitter widget and embed a Twitter timeline in any website.
Learn how to make HTML tables look top-notch with a little CSS wizardry. Find out how to style text, highlight rows, and highlight related table data with animated hover states.
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Learn how to design better web visuals using the SVG file format and Illustrator CC.
Get your first look at the new era in Adobe animation: Adobe Animate. Learn about the new tools and improved interface in Animate CC.
Learn how to build a responsive web design with Bootstrap and Dreamweaver CC 2015.
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Collaborate more effectively and efficiently with clients and colleagues with these tips from veteran designer Lauren Bacon.
The most successful projects involve deep collaboration with clients. Learn how attentive listening, thoughtful questions, and a clear process can lead to a unified vision and strategy for your designs.
Make your design team run smoothly, by learning how to define roles and responsibilities, set expectations, and solicit feedback.
Learn how to use Dreamweaver's Fluid Grid Layout framework and media queries to create a responsive website design.
The influential web designer and founder of A List Apart talks about developing the web standards that shaped the Internet we know today, fostering community, and educating the next generation of designers.
Business coach Lauren Bacon tells us what it takes to be successful in the web design world.
Reveals how designers can create vibrant web graphics, wireframes, and complete web site mockups in Photoshop with navigation bars and buttons.
Walks you through the process of analyzing, planning, and managing different types of content—from blog posts to videos—so you can develop a content strategy for any website.
Create vibrant web graphics, wireframes, and complete web site mockups with the strong layout and color management tools in Adobe Illustrator.
Focuses on the theories behind web fonts: showing what makes a good font, why different fonts look the way they do, and how they affect the look of your web page.
Create web forms that encourage visitors to enter information and discover ways to capture input without the use of forms.
Choose fonts for a web site and create beautiful, readable type, incorporating web fonts, CSS styles, and simple typographic rules.
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