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5 Website Design Hints. Web Design Tutorial For Beginners.

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Do you want to make your website look awesome? These 5 Website Design Tips will help you make your website look like it was designed by a professional, even if you’re not a professional website Designer.

I made this a web design tutorial for beginners, because why not make your first website look awesome?

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Learn how to build your own awesome looking website step by step in my free YouTube Course:

Easily create your own color palettes:

Free resources for great images:

Paid resources for images for your website:

Why you should create space in your website design:

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Why you should skip the sliders when designing pages:

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See if your website is mobile friendly:

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24 thoughts on “5 Website Design Hints. Web Design Tutorial For Beginners.

  1. I have been wondering if I should build my own site or lease one a annually. You give a person a lot to think about, Thank You for the video, I think I will subscribe to your channel so I can go back and watch a few more of your videos,
    good luck and God speed to everyone looking for a better way of life.

  2. I don't understand why people would prefer or spend much time on websites using a mobile device. I WILL use a mobile device when I MUST but always prefer to use the largest screen available. At home that means my main TV screen. It is good that the web is available on mobile devices for valid situations, but to prefer it and design websites to cater to it, how boring.
    This common acceptance of making a single site for all devices is making the web very boring. If providers made separate website designs for each device we could leverage such things as multiple GPU capabilities for amazing 3D and VR websites. We could have all the power of a desktop at hand for websites for those with higher standards.

  3. Good luck with that palette approach :q It may look cool as a palette, but as soon as you try to use those colours on an actual website, they'll most likely won't work as good anymore, because there's a difference between how a colour look like in a palette, and how it looks when used for larger areas of background or for text. It may happen that the colours will clash or have too few contrast. I mean, sure, it's a good starting point, but there's a LONG way from just picking some colours to making them actually look good on a website design.

  4. There are a lot of important tips that should be taken into account.
    First of each tip shouldn't be applied to all projects, it all depends on type, is it a SAAS application, SPA, Tablet/mobile only, intranet, ….
    Also the type of viewers are important, are they design focussed, they will usually use larger screens. So pay extra attention to font-sizes and stretched images/designs (instead of fixed heights, start using ratios).

  5. Great tips! But I have one questiom that I've always struggled with. Generating a color pallette is easy what's difficult is how to use them properly on a website. How do you decide which element should be in what color. The demo feature on palletton seems helpful only for that kind of websites. What's the general sort of rules on applying the pallete? Is the primary color should be used for buttons? Secondary for background? What about text? How to apply all the colors in the pallette on any website?

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