Learn to create the responsive website with the Modern Web Design – Wireframes to Style Guide course.
To make a website responsive is the first work nowadays because of the number of mobile and tab users. Older website owners are now starting to recreate their website or make it responsive. In this course, you will master the skills for creating the responsive website using Balsamiq Mockups, Photoshop, Zeplin and Invision App.
The course teaches you how to design for the developers. The system of building Prototypes for showing website flows and interactions, designing Wireframes using Balsamiq Mockups, design and develop a coded Style Guide for Developers, creating Online Style Guide using Zeplin, creating grid system for different screens e.g. PC, Tablet or Smart Phones will be discussed in the course,
Upon completion, you will be able to design and develop responsive websites.
What Will I Learn?
- Learn the professional process of a Responsive Web Design Project
- Know the Questions to get project details from Clients
- What should a Design Brief have?
- Learn all about building and using Mood Boards in your projects
- Understand the IDEATION process (early Sketching)
- Design and Develop Grid system for different screens e.g PC, Tablet or Smart Phones
- Design Wireframes using Balsamiq Mockups
- How to set up Grids and Guides for Responsive Web Design
- Learn the developers’ mind “How Developers code your design “
- How to design and develop a coded Style Guide for Developers
- Build Prototypes to show website flows and interactions
- Create Online Style Guide using Zeplin
- How to Design for Developers
- Understand design frameworks like Atomic Design or Content first approach
- Learn tools like Zeplin, Balsamiq Mockups and Invision App
- Good knowledge of Adobe Photoshop CC
|0.2 what we will cover in this course||00:03:00|
|1.2. Photoshop extensions We Need||00:07:00|
|2.1.how To Organize A Design Project||00:05:00|
|2.2 client’s Sketches||00:04:00|
|2.2 naming psd layers and groups||00:05:00|
|2.3.naming Conventions To Help Developers||00:03:00|
|3.3 getting More Info On Project||00:05:00|
|3.4.content_template for gathering information||00:03:00|
|4.3.introduction To Balsamiq||00:10:00|
|4.4desining Wireframes Part 1||00:08:00|
|4.5.desining Wireframes Part 2||00:14:00|
|5.1.typeface And Color Combinations||00:04:00|
|5.2.ui Style Guides||00:07:00|
|5.3.examples Of Ui Style Guides||00:03:00|
|5.4.how I Created My Style Guide||00:07:00|
|6.1.online tools for grid calcuations||00:13:00|
|6.2.planning your grid||00:05:00|
|6.4.setting Up Artboard For Desktop Design||00:07:00|
|6.5.designing Header And Hero Part 1||00:12:00|
|6.6 designing Header And Hero Part 2||00:09:00|
|6.7.designing Steps Area Part 1||00:10:00|
|6.8.designing Step Area Part 2||00:09:00|
|6.9.userreviews Area Design||00:09:00|
|6.10.adjusting White Space And Vertical Rhythem||00:06:00|
|6.11.desining Team Part1||00:11:00|
|6.12.desining Team Part2||00:07:00|
|6.13.footer Design Part1||00:08:00|
|6.14.footer Design Part2||00:11:00|
|7.1.Responsive Design Considerations Part 1||00:07:00|
|7.2.Responsive Design Considerations Part 2||00:06:00|
|7.3.Establishing Grid For Tablets||00:07:00|
|7.4.Header Area For Tablet View||00:11:00|
|7.5.Section how it work – steps||00:10:00|
|7.6.Section team Tablet View||00:09:00|
|7.7 footer Design||00:09:00|
|8.1.mobile Artboard And Grids||00:04:00|
|8.2.header Mobile View||00:11:00|
|8.4.section 2 Team Members For Mobile||00:09:00|
|8.5.footer And Final Adjustments||00:08:00|
|9.1.what Developes Needs To Know||00:05:00|
|9.2.Red Line Document with Ink 1||00:10:00|
|9.3.Red Line Document with Ink 2||00:06:00|
|9.4.which layer styles you can use photoshop||00:08:00|
|9.5.installing Using Zeplin||00:10:00|
|9.6.style Guides With Zeplin||00:14:00|
|9.8.avocode And Sympli||00:06:00|
|10.1. What Are Prototypes||00:04:00|
|10.2.getting Familiar With Invision App For Prototyping||00:07:00|
|10.3.creating First Prototype With Invision App||00:06:00|
|11.1 using iconmoon app to create custom icon fonts set||00:08:00|
|11.2 Using SVG in Web design||00:11:00|
This course is for anyone who's interested in this topic and wants to learn more about it. This course will also help you gain potential professional skills.
No prior qualifications are needed to take this course.
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Yes, there is a test at the end of the course. Once you’ve completed all the modules of the course, you will have to give a multiple-choice test. The questions will be based on the topics of the modules you studied. And of course, you can take the test at any time, from any device and from anywhere you want.
Don’t worry if you fail the test, you can retake it as many times as you want.
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