Learn Web Design : Guide for Newbie in Studying Web Design

Learn Web Design : Guide for Newbie in Studying Web Design Zacheron

Do you want to learn how to design your very first website? Perhaps you’ve designed a few and now you’d like to turn your skills into a career?

This article is here to point you in the right direction.

One article can’t cover everything you need to know of course; the skills, tools, and technologies you’ll need to become a reasonably proficient designer, will take months to learn and years to master. Sorry, no. There really isn’t a faster way. But constant learning and development are one of the most enjoyable aspects of this job.

For the designers among us: have you ever told someone “I design websites”, and experienced that cold dread when they reply with, “Cool! Can you teach me how to do that?” I mean, explaining just how much work design can be is difficult.

This is especially true when the person asking knows little about computers to begin with. Many people just assume you click and drag everything onto the screen, a bit like PowerPoint, maybe. I will tell you this for free: PowerPoint’s option for exporting “web pages” has not helped. We’re here to help you right this wrong. Next time someone asks you how to design websites, point them here.

Welcome, Ladies and Gents, to the Webdesigner Depot’s guide to getting started in web design. Grab your mice and hug your keyboards, this is gonna be a long one. Coffee is optional, but highly recommended.


This article is intended for anyone who wants to start designing websites in their browser. It’s also for people who want to start designing websites, period. This article assumes that the reader has had no formal design education whatsoever, no coding skills, and no experience in the web design industry.

The “minimum requirements” for people who want to design their very first website are low. If you know what folders and text files are, you can start. It’s that simple.

However, while getting started is simple, building a good website is anything but. There are a lot of skills you’ll have to learn. You’ll have to learn about color theory. You’ll need to know how human beings interact with websites, and why they do it the way they do. You’ll need to learn the basic coding languages, namely HTML and CSS.

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