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In this course you’ll learn how to build simple websites with Django and Python!
Django overwhelms a lot of people, and it doesn’t have to! If you understand just a few basic concepts, you’ll see that Django is a breeze to use!
In this course I’ll be developing on a Windows machine, but you should be able to follow along if you’re on a Mac or Linux. I’ll show you how to download and install Python and Django, and create a basic website.
We won’t be doing ANY database work in this course. I feel like databases confuse a lot of newbies, so instead of getting bogged down in all of that, we’re just going to skip it and focus on building basic static websites.
You’ll be able to build simple personal websites, or simple business websites when you’re finished with this course.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO TAKE THIS COURSE?
You don’t need any tools or special skills to take this course. I’ll show you how to download and install everything you’ll need for free (Django, Python, and the Sublime Text Editor).
Other than that, you’ll just need a computer with Internet Access!
DO I NEED TO KNOW PYTHON TO TAKE THIS COURSE?
No! Django is built for Python. It’s a web framework for Python. So it’s a good idea to learn Python if you want to use Django. But you don’t have to know Python to take this course. I’ll walk you through everything you need to know.
Building websites with Django is a ton of fun, and learning has never been this easy.
I’ll see you on the inside!
Who is the target audience?
This course is aimed towards absolute beginners who want to learn the to build Websites with Django and Python
An in-depth tutorial of how I design a landing page in Sketch! You’ll learn basic web design techniques and process, as well as some tips and tricks for using Sketch efficiently.
If you’re new to Sketch, check out my 101 video first to get familiar with it:
Sketch is a brilliant tool for web design, and it’s what I use on a daily basis for designing websites and landing pages. What else would you like to learn about it from me? I stuck with the basic functionality in this video since we were covering the design of a whole web page, but perhaps in a future video I could share a more detailed look at working with vector shapes and designing for mobile?
This video was voted on and created thanks to the wonderful people who have joined my Patreon! If you’d like to download the file I created in this video, just sign up at the $10 or higher tier and you’ll instantly get access to it along with a bunch of other assets:
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Understand the two major structural elements of HTML — the body and the head — and how they work together to display the content of web pages and tell both browsers and visitors about the page and its topic. Plus find out how Webflow handles these two aspects and gives you control over them.
In this GIMP tutorial, I’ll show you how to design a website using this free and powerful photo manipulation program. This design is useful for front-end web designers or graphic designers who want to design a website, home page, or landing page to send off to a developer. This tutorial uses GIMP 2.9.8, which is the latest version of GIMP, also called the “Development Version.”
Guess what? We’re on Patreon! And you can help us expand our GIMP tutorials by supporting us – plus get great rewards in return. Check it out here:
Download the images used in this tutorial free from Pixabay (always run downloads with a virus scanner):
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GIMP 2.9.8 and Above:
GIMP 2.8.22 and Below:
*MAC Users – hold cmd and click to download the templates!
This in-depth tutorial is perfect for all skill levels! You’ll learn a variety of techniques, while using tons of tools and features found in GIMP. Some examples include working with layers, importing images, using layer masks, using guides to design your site within Twitter bootstrap (a standard and popular layout style for websites), using the text tool, using the gradient tool, and more!
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The first part of our video course covering responsive Adobe Muse CC. In this part, we will learn how to set up our Adobe Muse project and what each option means. We will also take a quick look at the website we will be making and plan our project accordingly.
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With the vast majority of the web existing squarely in two dimensions, expanding your design practice into 3D can take some time to wrap your head around. In this video, we’ll explain some of the basic concepts behind working with 3D on the web. We’ll expand on this info in our videos on 2D & 3D transforms and 3D perspective.
3D transforms (move, rotate, scale, and skew) – Webflow CSS tutorial: