Wix Web Design 2020 Part 2: EXPERT *Wix Certified Trainer
- 7 hours on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Learn the 4 W's of Web Design
- How to add value to your site and bring in more visitors
- Principles of Web Design
- Create custom Call-to-Action buttons
- Learn the Law of Contrasts
- Rules of Typography
- How to use Custom Fonts
- Create a Video Landing Page and Home Page Hybrid
- Managing Columns and Strips
- Optimize the Header and Footer
- 3 Practical Photo Galleries
- Navigation with Page Anchors
- Animated Buttons: When, How, Why, Where
- Bonus Section: Search Engine Optimization
- How add a Blog and Manage it
- PC or Mac with Internet connection. It helps if you have a website already, but not necessary.
- Students who took Part 1 of this course will be most prepared
It's like a Professional Design School in a box.
Where our 101 Master Course left off, we continue the journey. Most courses stop at the basics. Now we will take you to the next level of web design. Learn professional web design principles from a Wix Certified Trainer.
New for 2020: Learn about the new Wix Ascend service portal
Discover the 4 W's of Web Design
Add value to your website
Learn foundational design principles
Build a call-to-action button
Implement color palettes
Apply the Law of Contrast
Improve your typography with 3 rules of fonts
Upload custom fonts
Create a video landing page
Create a video/homepage hybrid
Build a page with design strips
Apply animation to buttons and objects
Customize the navigation menu
Find out 3 things your Footer should have
Add an event flyer to your homepage
Create 3 types of photo galleries
BONUS SEO SECTION!
Learn a brief history of Search Engine Optimization, then learn how to use your knowledge to get maximum results.
We will look at the Wix SEO Wizard
How to get your Wix site listed with Google DIRECTLY
How to add blogs to your site: Wix, Blogger, and Tumblr
Transcript from welcome video:
Hello, everyone. I'm Michael Wood at Captivatim Multimedia & Web Design. I'm really excited about this Web Design design course. And yes, I did say, "design," twice. The reason why is the term "web design" or "web designer" has come to mean so many things; everything from building a website, to designing it, to figuring out search engine optimizations (SEOs), and keywords and blogs -- all the way to automation, like automatic bookings and getting people to schedule appointments online. There are so many jobs a web designer of today needs to do.
So I've broken it down into basic steps. If you were with me at the Web Design 101 class, we learned to build websites without writing code. We used Wix Artificial Design Intelligence (ADI), we used templates, we used anything we can to just get the site built.
If I were to use a car as an analogy, it's like we built the car. It's fast, it moves -- it moves great, actually. However, this course is about the paint job. This is where we're going to make that car look great. We're going to make your website look stunning and professional.
However, what I've come across when I work with clients, is they get stuck at the template stage. Yes, their website is done, it can be published. But what can we do to make the website better? And that's where this class comes in. I am going to show you the strategies that professional web designers use. We're going to answer a lot of design types of questions, questions you were probably wondering and didn't even know who to ask. For example: What kind of fonts should you use? You know, you can go in there and choose 30, 50, even an infinite number of fonts. But which ones are best for websites designed for screens and for mobile devices? How many fonts should you use? What about colors? How many colors should your website have? Can we just choose any colors or are there a predetermined set of colors that should be used? And if so, how do we make the text pop? How do we make it stand out on the screen? What can we do to help our visitors have an emotional response when they go to the "Home" page? Not just to know about your business or service, but to feel it, to get excited about it. What can we do to add to your site to make people feel how awesome your business or service is? How about a video background? Should we do a full-page video background or should we just kind of have a strip, a video strip? Which one is better? And if we went with a strip, why?
So this is not just a how-to-do-things using Wix, this course is going to show you the strategies. Half of it is, yes, here's how to change your fonts. But the other half is well, why and which ones and under what circumstances should we make those changes?
We'll talk about colors. Let's talk about your navigation menu at the top of your website, the heading. What if you have ten pages on your site, but you only have five items of text at the top of the heading? Which pages should go on your navigation menu? And what do you do with the other five pages? How do we tuck those pages under so there's sort of a drop-down menu? These are nuts-and-bolts types of questions that if you can get the advice from a professional web designer, it's going to not only save you hundreds of hours of testing and frustration, but it's going to make your website stand out from the crowd, and in this Internet-crowded space, that is really important. All of these design-specific questions will be answered in this course.
So I'm excited about this. The prerequisite would be that you go ahead and have a website first. If you haven't taken the 101 class, I encourage you to do so. Or just have a website that you already have built, either from a template or from Wix Artificial Design Intelligence, or perhaps a website that's just been sitting around for many years and is starting to look old and it needs a renovation. Have a website in mind when you begin this class. Then as I start to show you the strategies design professionals use, you'll know how to make your website even better.
Let's go from good to great, and I look forward to seeing you guys in class.
- Intermediate to Advanced students who want to take their website to the next level.
- Beginning students who are learning the web design process.