When you want to learn Web design, your first thought might be to pay for expensive (and usually outdated) courses from a college or community center.
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Jumping into the world of Web content management systems (CMS) can be a scary process. Unless you know your way around servers and databases, the task of installing a CMS like Drupal or Joomla can be incredibly daunting (I don’t know a thing about creating databases and or setting up PHP files), and sorting through the tech jargon should really be left to the well-versed Web pros
Create an online presence for your restaurant with LetsEat, which will help you build a delectable website for your customers to feast their eyes on.
So you’re a pro at Drupal or Photoshop or PHP or some other web technology.
We love the lists at Smashing Magazine, and here’s a new one, all about usability.
An incredible online toolbox and showcase for user experience designers, Konigi offers tips and tricks from the wired wizards behind the best sites in cyberspace.
A front-page portal to the independent game movement, IndieGames is a launch spot for free content, tournament info and erudite editorials.
Eclectic personal site of web designer Jeffrey Zeldman offers news, advice and information about web design, as well as his personal thoughts on all things Internet.
Ranked #9 in Indie 100
Source for user-friendly web-based applications that allow users to do everything from manage projects to organize information across businesses.
Ranked #99 in Web 100
Building websites can be complex, but Wetpaint.com makes it easy to create a site around your obsession.