Fixing a fundamental mistake in a web app after it has been released can be costly and time-consuming. In this course, learn how to avoid such problems by building a high-fidelity, fully interactive prototype that can help you spot issues early in the design process. Instructor Dani Beaumont, a principal product manager on Adobe XD, shares insider tips for creating, sharing, and revising prototypes effectively for user research and testing projects using Adobe XD. Explore different transitions, copy-and-paste interactions, and linking menu items. Go over applying anchor links, preserving scroll position, navigating with keyboards and gamepads, and defining interactions for voice recognition and speech playback. Learn how to add animation and motion to your project with Auto-Animate.
Adobe XD—a UX design platform for creating experiences using an iterative design process—was designed to help make it easier to collaborate on and share your ideas. In this course, part one in the three part series, you’ll learn how to create a variety of screen layouts using native tools within the application, or by importing content from other applications like Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. Instructor Dani Beaumont, a principal product manager on the Adobe XD team, shows you how to set up a design project and use the workspace layouts and tools. Dani walks you through all the basics of designing with Adobe XD, then highlights the asset types and text controls that you will need to use. She goes over transformations, techniques you can use for a great layout, and content-aware tools like padding, stacks, and the responsive resize. Dani covers ways to add effects and introduces components and states. Plus, she presents useful advice on organizing your assets.
The modern workplace involves extensive collaboration, and Adobe XD can make this collaboration easier and more effective. Instructor Dani Beaumont shows you how. She begins by explaining how to work with cloud documents, including options you have for saving document versions and co-editing workflows. Dani explains how to clean up and organize your assets, as well as how to build and manage a design system, including how to publish, consume, and access CC libraries. She walks you through ways to share your work with stakeholders, including publishing and security options and advice on sharing your design work on the Behance network. Plus, Dani covers how to prepare for developer handoff, export content, and create design specs.
React Native makes it easy to develop applications and deploy them natively to multiple mobile platforms. That said, building a complete app means looking beyond React Native to the different options that can help you customize your workflow. In this course, Emmanuel Henri takes you on a tour of some of the most commonly used React Native features. He highlights several different types of React Native UI libraries. Next, Emmanuel reviews development resources such as full-stack frameworks and IDEs. He also shows you some backend options for your project. To wrap up, he provides an overview of the testing and deployment options available to you.
Got an idea for a product that you'd like to sell online? In this course, instructor Patrick Rauland dives into transforming your idea into a full-fledged online store. Patrick details several ecommerce business models and how to choose the business model that's right for you. He explains how to select a target industry or niche for your business, define the type of customer you're targeting, and select and validate your product idea. Next, Patrick delves into the practicalities of getting your product on the market. He shares how to expand and retire product lines, register for permits, develop your brand, and sell your product in your own online store or in marketplaces. Patrick gives you tips for attracting customers, fulfilling orders, and managing your finances as the sales start rolling in. He finishes up with useful advice on prioritizing tasks and taking small and consistent steps forward.
Making a Responsive Website from Scratch: Step-by-Step Guide Using Editor X by Wix
During this Skillshare class we are going to learn how to make a responsive website using Editor X. This intuitively design website builder is one of the best places to get started when building your first website. As someone who has been working in website designs and developments for many years I have put together a series of lessons to showcase how I go about creating a brand new website.
Brand Identity Design for Beginners
Building distinctive brands have never been more important. In a world where there is a sea of brands, how do you differentiate from each other?
Brand identity is the pillar of branding, you can have a business idea and sell a service but without strong design, the user experience can suffer.
In this class, I will teach you the basics of designing a brand identity from scratch, my process with real client examples and sharing all my tips from my 8 years of experience. Creating a brand identity is more than just a logo, there are many more assets and parts to it which I will show you!
Let's Learn All About the Divi Theme and Build Any Kinds of Super Clean and Attractive Website Without Coding !
In this class you'll learn designing icons inside Adobe Illustrator using basic shapes and outlines and we will also learn "how the icons interact with us in everyday life"
For this class, we will be specifically working on the creating icons related to Website Design, Mobile Application Design and Software Design
And once we will complete the designing part, we'll then go through a deep study and understanding of the proper usage of the icons in everyday applications.
Typography art is an art and technique of arranging type to make language visible. This class is going to be your stepping stone into the world of creating typography art. You will be learning
Learn how to design a modern and trending website in Figma step by step from scratch.
WordPress theme development is changing, and block patterns are at the heart of it. With the block editor and full site editing, there will be less reliance on coded templates and more focus on flexible layouts. That's where block patterns come in. In this course, experienced course developer Joe Casabona shows you how to take advantage of block patterns to create more flexible WordPress without needing to know code. Joe explains what block patterns are and why they are important. He steps through the full process of making block patterns, then presents a block patterns cookbook of different features you can add to your site. He also covers how to use refactoring to add your own block pattern category and reduce the wall of repetitive text you may have.
If you are a web designer, a UX designer, or a content publisher working on websites or intranet sites, Webflow can be a great tool to know. It empowers you to build professional, responsive, customized sites using a completely visual canvas—no coding required! In this course, web design and development instructor Jen Kramer introduces you to Webflow and all the basics of what you can do with it. Jen steps through creating the initial homepage for a Webflow website and populating it with images and content. She shows you how to style the site’s content, as well as the navbar and footer, then covers how to build an About page and link the navbar to existing pages. Once you have your pages ready, Jen walks you through launching your site and taking the necessary steps to maintain it.
While the ways in which we work on the web evolve over time, every now and then, a true game changer comes along. The Tailwind CSS utility-first approach throws out many of the traditional CSS approaches to building projects, allowing you to create a complete and unique website without writing a single line of CSS.