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  1. Web Design Workflows

    Hi, Just a quick comment on upping your web design and development game. After you learn the basics of web design, you should start developing and optimizing a workflow that will save you time, and help reduce errors in your work. Here are some suggestions: Start tracking all time put on a web design job. This includes clients meetings in person and on the phone. This also includes planning and prepping development ... besides actually spending the time writing code, preparing images etc. Explore frameworks and libraries that can help you the type of web design work that you do. If for example, you are a developing information rich websites for small business, then check out a CMS like WordPress or Drupal as a development platform. Start putting together file naming and code conventions. If you get into web development, MVC frameworks like PHP Laravel, or Python Django will already have this in place. Stefan
  2. How To Set Up A Web Design Class

    Getting your web design class up and running is easy with StudioWeb. The steps are: We set up your StudioWeb classroom(s), where each student gets their own user ID. Teachers give students their IDs, and they log in and start with the HTML course. As your students watch the videos and answer quiz questions, the StudioWeb software tracks their progress auto generating grades for you by course, chapter and even the lesson! You have the option to assign them projects that we provide. The projects start on ch3 of the HTML course. We have a total of 57 projects between the HTML,CSS and JavaScript courses. Each project bound to a chapter in a course. We provide an easy to use grading rubric for the projects. Even teachers who don’t know code, can accurately assess student work with help of the grading rubric. Using the projects is optional, since the StudioWeb auto grading is very accurate. It is practically impossible for students to get stuck on a lesson, given how the StudioWeb app and courses are designed. But, if ever a question should come up (and you don’t have an answer,) the course creator (Stefan) will be able to answer questions the same day. … I make it a point to be in contact with teachers. I am able to do this since we get so few questions! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions. Stefan Mischook StudioWeb
  3. Hi all! I would love some critiques on this GoT fan site: death-is-coming.info It's a teaser so I would like to hear some advice before releasing the full site next week, which will also be fully parallax It was made using a new code-free web suite (called "Webydo") so I'm curious to see what yall think Thanks!
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