I don’t mean to brag (yes I do), but I’m pretty sure I’m the most prolific instructor on TutsPlus. Today, the global online training conglomerate, Envato, published what I believe is my 47th video training course for them.
My new course, Customizing Bootstrap Components, is now live on TutsPlus! So if you’re interested in learning more about how to pimp your Bootstrap components, this course might be worth checking out. In the course, you’ll learn how to use CSS and jQuery to customize the styling and functionality of components like dropdown menus, modals, and buttons. So jump over to TutsPlus and let me know what you think!
The CSS box model isn’t always completely intuitive in the way the works. For example, have you ever changed the thickness of a button border only to discover that your entire layout has fallen apart?
In my new TutsPlus video training course, Understanding the CSS Box Model, I lay the smack down on the mysteries of CSS layout and design. So if you’re struggling to keep your columns lined up and positioned where they need to be, stop by TutsPlus and check out my new course.
Well, for the most part, you’re right; but web designers don’t live in a vacuum. I work on a team of developers, for example, with a single designer on the team who is usually in charge of skinning our apps for new clients. And where does he do most of the skinning? You guessed it: in Visual Studio. We have a core web framework that we start with, and that framework is built on the ASP.NET MVC framework. So our illustrious designer was compelled to learn at least enough of the MVC framework to plug in the HTML and CSS where it was needed.
Inspired by my designer friend, I’ve created a course called ASP.NET MVC for Designers, which was just released by TutsPlus. So if you’re a designer, and you find yourself in need of a quick ASP.NET MVC rundown, this is the course for you.
There is nothing permanent except change.
The only thing in web design that stays constant is that things are always changing, and that’s especially true when it comes to HTML and CSS specifications. In my new TutsPlus course, The CSS of the Future, I talk about some of the CSS features that we may be able to look forward to in the near future.
Check it out, and let me know what you think.
TutsPlus just released my new course, PSD to HTML: Flat Design Build. In this training course, I cover the basics of taking a flat web design created in Photoshop and converting it to HTML and CSS. This type of training is great practice for those of you who are starting to grasp the basics of HTML but don’t fully understand how to approach a new build.
So check it out . . . you know, if you’re into that kind of thing . . . and let me know what you think!
You don’t have to be a master of typography to make engaging websites, but it helps to know the basics.
In my newest training course, just released by TutsPlus, I cover the basics of implementing well-thought-out typography in your designs using CSS3 as a tool. So if that floats your halbfett-loving boat, head over to TutsPlus and check out CSS3 Typography Techniques.
Another course finished. Another course published. Learn everything you need to know about animating with CSS with my new TutsPlus course, Advanced CSS3 Animations.
A quick note. If you are a student of any of my courses and you have any suggestions, please please please feel free to drop me a line. I’m open for constructive criticism as well as suggestions for future courses. And as always, thanks for stopping by!
If you’re not familiar with the Foundation web framework, it’s definitely worth checking out. The friendly folks at Zurb have created a front-end framework that’s really easy to use. For those of you familiar with Bootstrap, Foundation is a very similar offering. And just like Bootstrap, it’s absolutely free.
Why am I telling you all of this? I’m glad I asked.
TutsPlus has just released a new video training course called Responsive Web Design with Foundation, and it was authored by none other than Yours Truly. So give it a look, and let Yours Truly know what you thought of it.