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Web Design Learning Guides

Learn some essential new web design skills with these learning guides. Each one has been specially designed to help you master an important topic, like web accessibility or using Figma for web design.

If you have questions about a web design concept or framework, these learning guides will answer them. The guide to Vue.js, for example, gives a concise explanation of what Vue is and how it works, while linking out to more in-depth tutorials and courses to help you learn more. You can find similar guides for Adobe XD, Foundation, and much more.

  1. Bourbon: the Connoisseurs’ Choice for Sass Mixins

    8 Posts
    Bourbon is a smooth and refined Sass mixin library for designers. It has a minimalistic approach and is serious about creating quality, scalable, semantic code. In this series we’ll take a distinguished look at the Bourbon library, along with its siblings Neat, Refills, and Bitters.
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  2. 60 Second Video Tutorials

    25 Posts
    Comprehensively introducing anything in sixty seconds is a tough challenge, but that’s exactly what we’re doing with this series! Each of these video tutorials introduces you to a subject, offering just enough explanation to whet your appetite and get you hooked.
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  3. LESS: Beyond the Basics

    6 Posts
    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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  4. Design and Build a Responsive Timeline Portfolio Page

    3 Posts
    During this series you'll be using Photoshop CS6 to design a simple, clean, three-column portfolio page, with a trending timeline. Once done, you'll move over to a code editor and begin building your finished page for the web. Along the way, you'll learn about the designer > developer workflow, whilst using tools such as Sass and jQuery.
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