Category: Web Design
Websites, today, must work well on desktop and mobile devices. They should also be easy to use, aesthetically pleasing, tell a story and earn the trust of a target audience. Web designers create the design and layout of web pages using both creative and technical skills. These simple, fun tutorials will help you explore web design and better understand how websites work.
When creating online content, do you pay attention to readability? Hard-to-read content can frustrate your online readers. If it’s not reader-friendly, you’ll have trouble getting your message across. Make your Content Easy to Scan Help your website visitors make sense of your topic right away by, first, making each page easy to scan. Then they Continue Reading »
So you want a website with the so-called “Wow” factor. Your goal is to impress well-to-do clients with your striking, colorful design. You’re not alone.
Curious if your website is user-friendly? It may not be easy to tell at-a-glance. A user-friendly website has these 8 characteristics.
This beginner tutorial explains what it means to be mobile-friendly. It also describes 3 simple steps you can take to improve your small business website or blog for your mobile visitors.
Image ALT tags are short descriptions that can be assigned to images in a web page. Adding ALT tags to images improves accessibility and user experience. It also provides greater relevance to search engines about your website content which will help drive traffic to your site.
This tutorial is mostly about hyperlinks. They are the clickable links that take you from one web page to another, to a different section of the same web page, or allow you to download a document like a PDF. They are an integral part of the World Wide Web.
This beginner HTML5 tutorial will help you make smooth strides towards a basic understanding of HTML and HTML5. You’ll become familiar with these three related terms: Elements, Tags and Attributes.
In this beginner CSS tutorial, we’ll start slow with simple explanations of HTML and CSS, then we’ll push forward into CSS3, the latest version of CSS, and explain a few things about HTML5’s wonderful sidekick.