Web Design Guide for Beginners- The Ultimate Source for Learning HTML, CSS, Bootstrap and How to Create Mobile Compatible Sites for the Web.
“The best programmers are not marginally better than merely good ones. They are an order-of-magnitude better, measured by whatever standard: conceptual creativity, speed, ingenuity of design, or problem-solving ability.”
- Randall E. Stross
When I was 9 years old I got interested in websites for the first time. I thought that the idea of going onto a website and being able to read any news I wanted from all over the world, the fact that I can talk to my friends through a website and the fact that I can find the answer to anything on a website. All these ideas and concepts made me believe that web design is not a job, it’s not a career, it is an art form that most people take for granted.
When you go on facebook and chat with your friends, you are not thinking about how the design of the little chat box was created, or why did they pick that particular shat of blue for their color scheme and not a different one. When you are searching for something on Google you are not focusing on the fact that all they have on the page is their logo, a search bar and a couple of links or buttons at the top of the page. After spending most of my evening on the computer learning how to program and cramming information about design concepts and data architecture design and many other software related topics, I have begun looking at websites as an art form. Thus I became an artist, my brush was my keyboard and my canvas was my most wild imagination.
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