Logo, Poster, Flyers. Business Card, Social Media, App Icons etc.
Let's say a movie or something like that.63 votes
We have a number of larger projects in our courses, but it’s an interesting suggestion to have a course that is about designing a large marketing campaign. The larger the campaign, the great the challenge there is in maintaining consistency with style and message across numerous mediums. Thanks.
We have an Introduction to Light Painting already. I'd like a more in-depth course that possibly takes your though a project beginning to end with more advanced techniques.6 votes
Dojo JS framework courses are not offered by anybody. It has a good user base. So, it'll be a great addition1 vote
What the hell is a functional programming ? Might be nice to know a little about it.2 votes
Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
They use it:
And more...5 votes
1. Categories of Documentarys
4. Shooting: Interviews, B-Roll, Cutaways, Audio, Lighting
7. Distributing: Film Festivals, Web, etc.7 votes
Quick update on this request: we currently have several courses in production for documentary filmmakers. The first is The Documentary Interview, and it is scheduled for a June release.
Linux is the most popular open source operating system. But it is the great matter of regret that there is no tutorial on tutsplus that tells how to get familiar with linux commands and fundamentals. People who want to come from windows to linux find it very difficult to adjust the new operating system as they little often needs to use command line tool in windows. Linux is best for programming but as a windows user I know how a windows user feel helpless to use this wonderful OS. So please create a course on "Linux Essentials for newbies" that will demonstrate how to carry out common task on Linux such as installing new app from terminal, play video and mp3 and browse internet, how to install web server etc. thank you very much.
Linux is the most popular open source operating system. But it is the great matter of regret that there is no tutorial on tutsplus that tells how to get familiar with linux commands and fundamentals. People who want to come from windows to linux find it very difficult to adjust the new operating system as they little often needs to use command line tool in windows. Linux is best for programming but as a windows user I know how a windows user feel helpless to use this wonderful OS. So please create a course on "Linux Essentials for newbies" that…14 votes
I'd like to have a solid course about introduction to Go.
The language seems to be getting pretty much steam over the last months and it looks quite interesting for server-side webdevelopment or even system administration. Some course providing the basics and some use cases in a screencast format would be sweet!
Thank you!146 votes
We’ve started production on this course, planning to publish in the summer. Stay tuned!
I'd like to have Django-CMS Framework tutorial because it is new and amazing to learn the easy way to use plugin and apps and so many things easily in python and it is open source completely and the more common than mezzanine Framework, www.django-cms.org, and I prefere the teacher name Martin Koistinen to do this course http:/www.google.com/+MartinKoistinen, finally thank you :)25 votes
A course on web development using Java.18 votes
Thanks for the suggestion! We’ll definitely consider courses on developing in Java.
Pls provide yii framework tutorial41 votes
We’re looking into creating a course around Yii. We’ll keep you notified if this is planned.
Creation and editing of videos using iMovie for Mac and/or iPad.
All the usual stuff, clipping, editing, effects, soundtracks etc.1 vote
We’re not currently producing software training courses, but this is a great suggestion.
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!
We've had a suggestion from one of our learners for a Ruby / Jekyll Bundle that looks something like this:
1. The Fundamentals of Ruby
2. Ruby for PHP Developers
3. Jekyll Essentials
4. Perhaps another Jekyll course with using Ruby to build feeds, sitemaps and using data.
5. An intro to using Sass with Ruby or web design workflow with Sass and Compass
6. Node for Front-End Developers
Would you like to see this bundle?1 vote
Joomla Component, Module and Plugin development courses would be great! :-)14 votes
Thanks for the suggestion! We’ll definitely consider development courses for Joomla.
2. Parts of Web Componets (Custom Elements, HTML Imports, Templates, Shadow DOM)
3. Create a small project (Best Practice)27 votes
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