Kezz BraceyLessons: 14Length: 2.2 hours
Considering using Linux but not sure if it’s viable for web design? Well, happily the answer is “Yes”, and in this course you’ll learn why that’s the case.
In “Linux for Web Design” I’ll walk you through the fundamental ideas and concepts underpinning Linux. You'll learn how to choose the version of Linux you want to use, how to set up a great web design workspace, how to decide which software to use for every step of the web design process, and how to go about installing said software.
When you finish this course, you’ll be fully equipped to take on Linux as your primary platform—if you choose.
So let’s get started on “Linux for Web Design”!
1.Introduction3 lessons, 24:48
3 lessons, 24:48
1.1Linux for Web Design00:48
Linux for Web Design
1.2Perks of Linux11:20
Perks of Linux
1.3Linux FAQ and Myth-Busting12:40
Linux FAQ and Myth-Busting
2.Linux for Web Design10 lessons, 1:39:19
10 lessons, 1:39:19
2.1Choosing a Linux Distro for Web Design14:10
Choosing a Linux Distro for Web Design
2.2Choosing a Distro by Desktop Environment05:13
Choosing a Distro by Desktop Environment
2.3Setting Up KDE for Web Design Workflows18:22
Setting Up KDE for Web Design Workflows
2.4Browsers and Search Engines10:05
Browsers and Search Engines
2.5Wireframing, Prototyping, and Interface Design15:23
Wireframing, Prototyping, and Interface Design
2.9Local Site Previews09:59
Local Site Previews
3.Conclusion1 lesson, 05:14
1 lesson, 05:14
3.1Summary and Advice for Switching to Linux05:14
Summary and Advice for Switching to Linux
Hi there. I'm a designer & coder who works in the areas of web design / development, game development and digital art. In the web space I'm a front end all rounder but I have a particular specialization in theme creation, no matter the platform. I also love finding the latest most efficient, user focused design and dev techniques of the day. In game development I'm addicted to playing with every different engine, toolset and framework I can find. In digital art I love everything from painting to vector work to pixel art to 3D modelling. In short, if it's creative and you can make it digitally, I love it.