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Jun 13

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posted by sflagler


Udacity Logo

I believe this other site is pretty good as well. I found it through the TED talk website. These are actual courses that are free to take online. It has many courses on the website,but it works similar to lynda.

https://www.udacity.com/

 





30
Jun 13

Smashing Magazine Recommended Resources

posted by amalik


With many publications and online magazines out there writing about web design, none is more useful or inclusive as Smashing Magazine. With a great collection of articles, tutorials, interview and an awesome collection of books, it is the number one resource for any upcoming web designer. This is an article that introduces over 50 resources, tutorials and workflow suggestions that will not only help you learn how to build and design your website but also streamline your workflow and get you working like a pro.

Here’s the link

 

Enjoy

—Ali





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Jun 13

A1

posted by sflagler


This is I believe will be a very beneficial site for everyone because you actually can live chat with someone about coding. Also there is code samples that you can take from the website and easily drop into your html. It is a community of developers who want to help. Look into it !

http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/





29
Jun 13

CSS and CSS3 reference Apps for Android

posted by amalik


Good morning guys,

Hope everyones weekend is going great so far. These are three apps that I depend on as a quick reference for CSS and CSS3. Even though the apps are pretty simple and they pull the information from the W3C School website, it’s always good to have this information with you on the go. Also the selectors and properties are categorized in a way that makes it easy to find what you’re looking for fast, instead of having to look through the W3C website. I wanted to share CSS resources because there is much more to learn in CSS than html.

 

CSS Reference

CSS Reference app screenshot

(click on the image to go to Google Play Store)

 

This is the CSS Reference app, it is a complete resource for CSS properties, selectors and syntax. even though this app isn’t as organized as the next one. If  I were you, and I was just starting to code, I would ignore this and jump right into CSS3. Not that CSS3 is completely different from  CSS 2, but CSS3 has significantly more selectors and great new properties not to mention the new CSS3 animation property.

 

So with all of this in mind, here is the CSS3 Reference app, it’s much more organized with the promise of a search function in the next update. Which makes it great!

 

CSS3 Reference

CSS3 Reference app screenshot

(click on the image to go to Google Play Store)

 

Both apps are free, so if you’re interested go ahead and download them. I don’t know if they have anything similar to this for iOS and I don’t care because iOS is retarded.

 

I hope this helps. Have a great weekend.
—Ali





28
Jun 13

hey everyone :)

posted by sflagler






28
Jun 13

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28
Jun 13

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27
Jun 13

Hey!

posted by brodriguez


May we never create ads as horrific as the “cure for belly fat” one we saw today.





27
Jun 13

Sup Everyone

posted by eurrea


Lets learn about some crazy digital advertising!





27
Jun 13

Hey

posted by amalik


I wanted to share this with you guys. If you haven’t heard of Team Treehouse until now, you probably  walked out of a cave to come to class today, or you are not really interested in web design. I can honestly say it is one of the best resources out there for anyone who wants to learn web design. Everything I know I learned through Treehouse. The concept of video online classes like that and the live exercises and quizzes are awesome. Trust me, if you like web design and want to go deeper than what classes in SCAD offer, Treehouse is one of the best options.

Check it out

http://teamtreehouse.com

 

-Ali






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