Daily Deal: The Ultimate 2020 Web Designer & Developer Bundle

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The Ultimate 2020 Web Designer and Developer Bundle has 6 courses geared to teach you the latest in web design and development. You’ll become familiar with Adobe Photoshop, Bootstrap, HTML, CSS, Ruby, Python, and more. You’ll learn the essentials of visual and web design, and then practice programming and web development skills. It’s on sale for $29 and if you use the code MerrySave15, you’ll save an additional 15% off.

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Rekrul says:

Web Design 101

  1. Make sure to use a development program that only targets the absolute latest browsers.

  2. Thoroughly test your web site on older browsers to make sure it’s completely broken on anything but the latest versions.

  3. Make sure you use lots of Javascript for even the most basic features like displaying an image so that users can’t turn Javascript off and so that it increases each page’s loading time.

  4. If the site allows/requires a user to login, make sure you craft the login window out of pure Javascript so that the browser’s password storage feature doesn’t recognize it.

  5. If your site specializes in file downloads, craft your own download mechanism rather than relying on normal file transfer methods. For extra points, ensure that whatever method you use fails on really large files.

  6. If your site has a forum, don’t use a familiar and trusted off-the-shelf forum program, create your own from scratch and don’t follow any logical forum conventions as used on other sites, make it as confusing as possible to use.

  7. Make sure your web site is optimized for a 5" screen, so that it looks like crap when people access it with a traditional computer.

  8. Make your site either really crowded or really sparse. Either there should be so many options and links on the page that the user doesn’t know what to click or there should be so few that the user will spend 20 minutes trying to figure out where you hid the information that they’re looking for.

  9. Use lots of frames. There’s nothing users like more than every page having the exact same URL so that they can’t bookmark specific pages.

  10. If the site is going to be constantly updated, make sure to use infinite scroll. Users love having to scroll through 100+ screens of crap to get to the information they’re looking for.

  11. Color choice is important! Always display images on a pure white background so that the glare makes the images look darker and harder to see. Text should always be pure white on a pure black background so that the user will see afterimages of it for a few minutes after staring at the text for a while.

  12. Always use Captchas. Google’s ReCAPTCHA is a great choice since it only works on the latest browsers and users love clicking the squares in an image 3-4 times.
Rekrul says:

Whether it is traditional or latest AI technology, Website UI UX should be optimized for all browsers and mobiles.

Maybe that’s how it should be, but that’s not reality. In reality, many websites only work on the latest browsers. Even when the site doesn’t do anything that older browsers can’t handle, the program that they use to design the site will write HTML using tricks that break the site on older browsers.

Even on this site, clicking to expand stories on the main page doesn’t work in older browsers. Clicking to show hidden comments also doesn’t work. It used to, but now it doesn’t because something was changed that breaks those functions on older programs.

Adam says:

If the web design is not perfect, then your conversion goal will not be achieved. Site design really plays a very big role. Therefore, if you are not confident in your abilities, it is always better to pass the case to professionals. I used to do that, and I got a lot of help with web design here https://www.nextwaveservices.com/. Professional website designers are always ready to help when you need them. Last but not least, regular customer support and training. Great service. Good luck!

KlarkWhite (profile) says:

The more we want from a site, the more it wants from us.

Good job. I have been working as a web designer since 2017, although this is not a long, but also not a short experience in the field. For me, this set was useful, thank you. But technically, web design is a subcategory of web development, which primarily refers to the visible part of websites, online services, and applications. But this set copes with these tasks as well. Come visit us at https://www.ramotion.com/, I will be happy to share my experience. All the best!

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