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  • Kids
    Web Design for Kids: TypographyWeb design for kids 09
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    Welcome to the ninth lesson of our Web Design for Kids series, all about Typography. In this tutorial we will look at what typography is all about and why it’s so important in design. We have talked about the user’s experience a lot so far and this tutorial will be no exception; we’ll be working hard to make sure our text is beautiful and easy to read!Read More…
  • Contests
    Comment to Win! Paperback Copies of Shopify’s “Grow” BookGrow banner preview
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    Grow (vol. 1) is a collection of eleven chapters; lessons written by web professionals from all across the spectrum. It caters for beginners and experts alike, touching on everything from branding and finding clients, right through to contracts and pitching. And we have a pile of paperback copies to give away!Read More…
  • CSS3
    How to Create an “Anything” Slider With Just CSSCss3 ui%20(1)
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    It used to be unthinkable to deploy a slider without JavaScript, but in this project you’ll learn how to create an “anything” slider with just CSS, to present any type of content you need.Read More…
  • Shopify
    Shopify Checklist: Things to Do Before the Site Goes LiveShopify
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    Shopify Expert Mat Mullen shares his pre launch checklist in this exclusive extract from Grow. Vol. 1Read More…
  • BaseKit
    New Free Course: Building Websites With BasekitBasekit1
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    BaseKit is an online website editing tool, giving you the ability to add and manage all kinds of content on your website. During this course we’ll be using the “Twig” templating engine to build our very own BaseKit template, and then we’ll use that to create a fully deployable website.Read More…
  • Tools
    Mobile Devices: the Gap Between Creation and ConsumptionMobile preview
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    In this article, I will discuss some of the major hurdles which mobile phones face, with regard to creating for the web. We’ll mention a few tools along the way, but we’ll be focusing more on the discussion of how the mobile device is fundamentally different from a desktop or a laptop, and what opportunities and restrictions this brings to light.Read More…
  • Inspiration
    The Women of Tuts+ Web DesignPreview women of web design
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    Here’s a fun fact: for no particular reason we have more men than women on our instructor team at Tuts+ Web Design, yet our top three tutorials so far in 2015 were all written by women. This post will quickly introduce you to our regular women contributors and give you a couple of names to look out for in the near future!Read More…
  • Bower
    Bower in 60 Seconds60 bower new
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    Bower is a package manager (which helps organize your front-end development). This is a rapid fire explanation of how you use it, in 60 seconds!Read More…
  • Blog
    Meet Tuts+ Reader Andrew GarciaAndrew garcia tuts reader
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    Find out how Tuts+ reader Andrew Garcia made the transition from a customer support job to being a successful web developer.Read More…
  • LESS
    Making Gradients Easier with LESS MixinsGrad
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    CSS Gradients have pretty messy syntax, made even worse once you add vendor prefixes. So, in this tutorial, we’re going to make Gradient color generation more intuitive with a LESS Mixin.Read More…
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    Win a Free Session With a Tuts+ Expert400
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    Need help with your project? We have four hour-long sessions to give away with an expert of your choice. Read More…
  • Sketch
    Wireframing With Sketch: Open AssignmentWistia wireframing
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    Welcome to a new Tuts+ open assignment; this time I’ve set a task for those of you interested in Sketch, wireframing, or both!Read More…
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  • 60 series

    Comprehensively introducing anything in sixty seconds is a tough challenge, but that’s exactly what we’re doing with this series! Each of these videos introduces you to a subject, offering just enough explanation to whet your appetite and get you hooked.

    Grab a coffee and see how many of these you can watch during your break!

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  • Web

    The internet is such an important part of everybody’s lives these days that it’s never too early to start learning web design! In this carefully structured, colorful series, Joni Trythall takes pre-teens through the process of building a simple website. Whether you’re a teacher, a parent, or a kid yourself, you’ll enjoy following Joni as she leads you through Tuts+ Town, learning all about web design along the way!

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  •  bright

    Preprocessors have become a staple part of the web designer’s diet; LESS being one of the more popular options available. The learning curve for working with preprocessors is nice and gradual, allowing you to use as many or as few of the features as you’re comfortable with. In this series we’re going to turn up the heat. Over the course of several in-depth tutorials we’ll take you from LESS beginner to LESS pro.

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