A course that teaches how to create a new responsive blogspot theme1 vote
This isn’t a bad idea at all, though Blogspot reached its peak about four years ago. We’ll have to give this some thought… Thanks :) ^Ian
Step by step tutorial for animated Prototyping in Hype 2 will be very interesting.1 vote
From Initial Client Approach to Completion. Not necessarily a in-depth look at the coding, but the steps involved that help you complete projects in a timely manner. So you can avoid taking on a project that will last 4 months, when it should only take 4 weeks. When to get paid, when to approach clients to sign off, etc.13 votes
Less of the technical bits of UI/UX design, and more the human parts that precede it. How to run a kickoff meeting, user research, how to do card sorting, information architecture, user profiles, element collages and wireframes. All that stuff.15 votes
Great suggestion! We’ll soon be delving deeper into the web design workflow and how to approach the design process.
WAI-ARIA and Accessibility in web design, how to use it, how to test it...41 votes
Looking into it as we speak :)
How to interpret the data from Google Analytics, SiteCatalyst, etc. to influence UX/Design/Optimization decisions.1 vote
This could be similar to the current course by Adi Purdilla 'Bootstrap 3 for Web Design' but showing how to integrate Bootstrap with Wordpress14 votes
Thanks for your suggestion, that’s an interesting idea!
This course may be the first complete advanced WordPress theme development course on the web covering all features of WordPress (multi-purpose theme development). Obviously, this course will be a huge course, so it can be fragmented into some parts.
1. Designing a WordPress theme in Photoshop (multi-purpose theme).
2. Converting this PSD theme into HTML theme.
3. HTML theme to full functional WordPress theme.
4. Preparing the multi-purpose WordPress theme for Themeforest.926 votes
Update: Recently we published a Beginner’s User Guide to WordPress https://webdesign.tutsplus.com/courses/a-beginners-guide-to-using-wordpress and today we published a brilliant course on using the Underscores Theme framework: https://webdesign.tutsplus.com/courses/wordpress-theme-creation-with-underscores
More WordPress courses on the way! ^Ian
Thanks for your suggestion! ^Ian
Having covered entry-level Sass (sometimes with Compass) a couple of times, this course would bring intermediate level Sass techniques to Tuts+.91 votes
what about doing some coffee break courses on a few webdesign topics.
I really like the format of this short courses.
Some ideas are
- css masking / clipping
- css filters
- css blend modes
- some advanced css animation
Every topic could be treated in a video with a real world example.
What do you think about it?
- Don't see your idea?