Building Static Websites With Jekyll

Join Guy Routledge as he walks through the process of building a design portfolio website using Jekyll, Markdown, Liquid templating, Sass, git and hosting with GitHub pages.What You’ll Learn

Use Jekyll to create a web designer’s portfolio theme, featuring blog posts and various pages.

Understanding Responsive Images

There are many different techniques for making images responsive, but some of them have serious downsides, such as limited browser support.In this course you’ll learn everything you need to know to get started with responsive images.

Top-Speed HTML Development With Jade

Course Description
If you’re not using Jade, you’re missing out on some of the fastest HTML you’ll ever write, as well as boilerplate templating methods that will slash your development time in half.In Top-Speed HTML Development With Jade, you’ll learn how to generate full HTML from quick and easy shorthand.

Getting Started With Foundation 6

Course Description
In this course you’ll learn how to get started with Foundation 6, the newest version of ZURB’s popular framework.You’ll learn what’s new and what has improved, and you’ll also get a comprehensive overview of the components.

Introduction to Brackets

Course Description
Brackets is an open source code editor specifically for web designers and front-end developers.In this course, instructor Craig Campbell will teach you how to use Brackets in your web design projects, starting with the basics.

10 CSS3 Projects: Branding and Presentation

Course Description
In this course you’ll be using CSS3 to complete ten branding and presentation projects, from a personal business card to a PowerPoint-style presentation.These projects will help you understand some of the newest design techniques that CSS3 brings to the table.

Become a CSS Superhero With Stylus

Course Description
Stylus is one of the three leading CSS preprocessors that make CSS easier and more powerful than ever before, sharing the league with Sass and LESS.In Become a Stylus CSS Superhero you’ll learn to write code faster than a speeding bullet, create layout functionality more powerful than a locomotive, and update whole color schemes in a single bound.