*** A LOT MORE THAN PSD-to-HTML5 COURSE ***
*** + Creating Responsive design with CUSTOM media queries ***
*** + Advanced BONUS section with real-world website conversion and special tips ***
*** + Course is constantly UPDATED with new content/lectures ***
***** COURSE COMPLETELY UP TO DATE AS OF 5TH JUNE 2017 *****
27TH FEBRUARY 2017: NEW LECTURE ADDED (SPECIAL COURSE CHATROOM)
14TH NOVEMBER 2016: --- BLACK FRIDAY SPECIAL --- NEW BONUS LECTURE ADDED ("NEW SHORT CONVERSION SERIES: STYLING & PREPARING THE CONTENT HOLDER")
4 NEW LECTURES ADDED ("What is 'Inspect Element' and When to Use It", "Showcasing Brand New PSD Design", "Creating the Layout Markup" and "Be the FIRST to know about new courses").
Make sure to check these at the bottom BONUS section as they contain important information.
Are you planning your web design career and looking for a good starting point? Or maybe you are a web development enthusiast looking to convert PSD designs into fully functional websites? Or just a beginner web developer/designer who is looking forward to learn how PSD and HTML5/CSS3 work together?
Either way, PSD to HTML5 conversion is a MUST-HAVE skill for any aspiring or experienced web developer/designer out there.
This PSD to HTML5 conversion course will take you from a complete beginner to a knowledgeable developer who is feeling comfortable converting PSD designs into fully functional and responsive HTML5 websites.
This is a lot more than PSD-to-HTML course. It is one of the most comprehensive web design/development courses out there as its very content-rich and features a lot of topics. We’ll start of with Photoshop and learn what are the basic starting steps of converting a PSD design into a HTML5 website. We will firstly understand and study the PSD design and after that slice it, cut it and collect the images. Then we’ll start coding our HTML5 markup to prepare the development of the website.
During the development stage, we'll learn a lot of things when styling our design: floats, positioning, width, custom columns, fluid design, full-width backgrounds AND MORE!!!
- We’ll be creating stunning animations FROM SCRATCH including an iPhone turn-on animation that looks very slick. We’ll use various famous libraries to create the remaining breathtaking animations on scroll and polish our website to the maximum. However, that’s not all.
We’ll then dive into creating our website responsive to fit any screen size and mobile device. We will be coding CUSTOM media queries to control the behavior of our website on smaller screens. I’ll be guiding you through a way to create a responsive navigation bar menu from scratch using basic programming techniques.
We’ll then jump into a brand new section that will get updated over time and which will include special tips and advanced techniques to convert problematic PSD designs into working websites.
In this course you will take a finished PSD design and learn how to convert it to create a fully responsive HTML5 page with pure CSS3 from SCRATCH. No responsive frameworks like Bootstrap! (My earlier course covers that!)
I believe that the only way to become a successful student of this course is through practice and involvement. That’s why you will be presented with quizzes and interactive questions throughout the course. After completing, you will be challenged to take a PSD design, use the skills that you’ve gained in this course and create a breathtaking HTML5 responsive website that you will be proud of!
So, what are you waiting for? Press on “Take this course” button and start learning web design & development today! 30-day money back guarantee!
This is the first lecture where I'm introducing you to the course - we're going through the course topics & objectives and defining the subjects that we are going to learn.
uDemy recently changed their review system, so I want to give you a quick heads up about it.
Learn a little more about me here and why you made the right decision buying this course. Its because I'm a PROVEN instructor!
Final lecture of the "talking" style series, before we actually move on to the website creation. Learn why PSD-to-HTML5 is a worthy skill to have in 2016.
Take a brief look at the final PSD website design that we are going to be converting into a functional website during the course. Also, the final PSD design is included here, so download it - or - get it with all the other project files at Lecture 12.
We're exploring the finished/final website that has an amazing clean look and is responsive on all screen sizes. Meet all of the animations and features this website has to offer!
I've created a chatroom for the students of this course as I think communication between student-student and teacher-student is vital during your learning experience. You can discuss about anything, ask questions, help others and more -
Join the chatroom here: www.discord.gg/GzndDXB
The community is really an important part of my course. Many of the students communicate in the Q&A section and share their bug fixes and problem solving solutions. Learn how to use the Q&A for a better overall experience.
One of my personal favorite lectures. We're installing Brackets here but what's more important is that we're customizing the heck out of it! So much plugins to enhance our coding experience, so don't miss out on this lecture!
Photoshop will be mandatory software during the duration of this course, so make sure you have it installed before you even start diving into the course.
One more important lecture. We are setting up the file structure and we'll be installing all the necessary libraries. I'm also explaining what is reset.css and why you should use it.
Here you can find the final project files that are consisted of literally everything that we've coded during the conversion of the PSD design. Also, the PSD design is included here as well. Make sure you use these for reference and solving-problem purposes.
I have prepared 25 unique PSD designs for you, which can be downloaded in this lecture. Feel free to take and re-create one of these into pure HTML after completing the course. Happy coding!
In this lecture, we are determining the size of the project by using Photoshop tools. Then, we're adjusting the website's container/holder accordingly. Jump in the new section!
You have to play smart when deciding which images to use from the design. And what elements can be created with CSS3 to save up storage space. So, in this lecture, I'm explaining exactly this.
This is the lecture where we start using some neat Photoshop features to slice off the images from the design, save them for the web and later use them in the website.
Google Fonts is an amazing library to use fonts from. Its easy to implement and it takes very little time. Here we're looking at 2 different ways you can implement fonts in your projects, on of which is Google Fonts library.
According to the project, helper classes are either VERY useful or useless. Learn what are they, when to use them and HOW to use them. They can save you a lot of time and struggle.
Let's see what you've learned!
We're finally starting to convert the PSD design. In this lecture we're writing the markup for the navigation bar, inserting the image, the text content and more.
Adding first touches such as background images of the section, border-bottom on hover on the navigation bar and more.
In this second part we're finalizing the styling of the hero section using floats and margins to the elements. Also we're making the CTA (call to action) button look fancy on hover.
Among other things, in this lecture, we're going to be creating custom columns (just like Bootstrap's columns), but we will style them later when creating the responsiveness of the website manually. Because manual creation of responsive website is a must have skill if you're planning to become web developer/designer.
We are positioning the previously created custom columns into a row-fashion. That means they are displayed one next to the other one - which is done with width and float rules. Watch how!
Pretty easy lecture, we're coding the HTML markup for the nose section. Follow along!
We're transforming the section to look exactly like the one in the PSD design in a record time. Join me!
Yet again we are setting up custom columns. You should be familiar with these now and maybe even try to code them on your own to practice.
Finalizing the footer and giving it a nifty look. After this lecture you'll definitely be able to edit and utilize custom columns by your own on any next project you will take.
The last part of the conversion is upon us. Get coding!
Finish the CSS and get ready to learn some animation!
See how far you've come with the last section you've completed
In a world of fast-paced and changing technologies, you need to keep up. Learn to create absolutely breathtaking animations using famous libraries to make it easier for you. Libraries like Animate.css, Waypoints.js and WOW.js will save your life.
We're FINALLY getting ready for the iPhone animation, This is exciting. Prepare all the files you need in order to get started!
In this lecture, I will briefly explain the concept of these positioning types and clear up any confusion that you might have about positioning stuff inside a div holder. We're also taking a look at z-index positioning.
We're putting together the scattered iPhone using the positioning techniques we've learned previously.
This is when things get interesting. You get your hands dirty and use the skills that you've gained so far to create a fully custom animated webpage to your own style. Get coding!
Spice up the skills that you've learned so far about animation and positioning!
We're making final tweaks to the website and I'm starting to explain what are media queries and using basic example I'm showing a demo of what media queries are capable of doing.
We're kicking off with making the first section responsive using media queries. Learn some cool tricks here to save you time and energy!
In this lecture, we are completely finalizing the responsiveness part of this website. The website now is mobile ready, fitting any screen size and mobile width. Cograts!
Lets see how much you've learned about media queries overall!
Thank you very much for being a student. Congratulations on doing a really good job finishing the course all the way. I truly wish you have a successful career in whatever niche you're going to pursuit. Good luck and farewell!
In this first bonus lecture, we're taking a look at a very nifty developer console tool called "Inspect Element" which is natively built into Chrome Browser. You should use this to debug ANY problem that you face during development process. In this lecture, I teach you how.
We are starting to convert a brand new PSD design that features real-world problems. In this short series, we'll be taking a look in a PSD design that features nifty elements and graphics, while turning them into functional HTML. Join me in the first lecture where we are showcasing and looking at this brand new PSD file.
Yet another bonus lecture! This time, we are writing the layout markup for the brand new PSD design. Prepare yourself for some neat CSS3 lectures that are coming in the following weeks! W're going to edit the markup that we're writing in this bonus lecture. Stay tuned!!!
A brand new bonus lecture where we are preparing the content holder for the following lectures. We're also adding the necessary margins and paddings, as well as font styles and font sizes.
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Filip Kordanovski is a self-taught front-end web developer from Skopje, Macedonia.
He is truly passionate about his work and he loves to learn new stuff everyday.
Filip has more than 4 years expertise in the field of web development & design and has recently started teaching and publishing courses to share his knowledge with the world.
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