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6 Best Udemy Courses To Learn Web Design (Reviews and Recommendations)

There are hundreds, if not thousands of courses online to learn web design. I’ve been learning for years now and nothing has really helped me more than learning from others. If you want to make the jump into web design, these are the 6 best courses to take.

#1 UX & Web Design Master Course: Strategy, Design, Development

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Too often I see websites come through that look beautiful but have failed to capture user intent. Understanding your users and how they interact with your design is crucial. Making something look sleek is only a small fraction of what it takes to be a successful designer, as is possessing the technical ability to code a site from scratch. I recommend this Udemy course by Joe Natoli because it really bridges the gap between design for user experience and the technical/visual aspects that other classes typically focus on.

Want to find out more about this course or take it? Find out how here:

UX & Web Design Master Course: Strategy, Design, Development

Contributors: Jason Weddle from CNG Digital Marketing

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#2 Code a Responsive Website Using HTML5 and CSS for Beginners

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This is a great web design course for absolute beginners. Paul Cheney, the course creator and college instructor, walks you through every step of basic web design. Students learn how to create a wire frame, understand HTML and CSS, and add mobile responsiveness to a website. The course is designed to accompany Cheney's university class, so completion of this Udemy course is the equivalent of completing a 3-credit college course. 

Want to find out more about this course or take it? Find out how here:

Code a Responsive Website Using HTML5 and CSS for Beginners

Contributors: Sarah Seright from Neighbor

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#3 WordPress Theme Development with Bootstrap

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For designers with a working knowledge of HTML, CSS and PHP, this course is a must. The course creator, Brad Hussey, is an experienced web development freelancer who teaches nearly 300,000 students on Udemy. The course teaches you how to design and market themes for WordPress, a highly profitable industry. Being able to offer clients a custom theme is extremely valuable for any web designer, but you can profit off selling themes no matter what your career is.

Want to find out more about this course or take it? Find out how here:

WordPress Theme Development with Bootstrap

Contributors: Sarah Seright from Neighbor

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#4 WordPress For Beginners – Set Up Your Website In 50 Minutes

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You should take the WordPress For Beginners: Set Up Your First Site in 50 Minutes or Less course if you want a concise, easy to follow guide to setting up your first site quickly. 

Want to find out more about this course or take it? Find out how here:

WordPress For Beginners - Set Up Your Website In 50 Minutes

Contributors: Stacy Caprio from Accelerated Growth Marketing

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#5 User Experience (UX): The Ultimate Guide to Usability and UX

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This course focuses on the user and how web designers can design a site or application that meets the user's needs and expectations by offering them the best experience possible. It goes through competitive analysis, building personas, and user testing. It reminds designers that a site cannot just look good, it must also work well.

Want to find out more about this course or take it? Find out how here:

User Experience (UX): The Ultimate Guide to Usability and UX

Contributors: Keri Lindenmuth from KDG

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#6 Build Responsive Real World Websites with HTML5 and CSS3

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This course is great for anyone who wants to learn how to build responsive websites with either html5 or css3. It teaches you how to use cool jquery effects, gives you a web design guideline to use and gives you downloadable tools to make building a website as easy as possible. The great part is that it gives you a project to complete that will put your new found skills to the test. 

Want to find out more about this course or take it? Find out how here:

Build Responsive Real World Websites with HTML5 and CSS3

Contributors: Tim Absalikov from Lasting Trend

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