The advice is never enough. We’ve written about things you can not do, about how to make your site live on the Internet, we even gave you examples of sites that are very badly done. It’s now time to consult those who have just begun with web design.

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Web design requires a lot of creativity, time and effort. If you are just a beginner, then you must have a few things in mind before you start designing the site. Exercise and experience will only make you a good web designer. It’s also important that you keep up with trends and pay attention to how other sites have been made.

Get started from CMS

This is the easiest and easiest way to create your site and why not use it. Install some CMS like WordPress or Joomla and get started. You will see that in a very short time you will have your site.

Learn the basics of web design

After CMS, it’s best to start HTML and CSS and learn to create your site’s design. Try to make the same design as you had on the site in the CMS.

Add animations to your site

When you experimented with CMS, you’ve certainly added Plugins, and now it’s your turn to add it to your site. You need JavaScript and Jquery skills. Try to make yourself a slider or simply find some free and customize it with your needs. We have tried and found some sliders that you can use and are completely free. You can read an article about it here.

After this, you are no longer an absolute beginner and you can start learning PHP, ASP, some Framework such as ASP MVC4 or PHP Zend.

Leave some things to the experts

You can not be the best in everything and that’s why it’s best to leave some things to the experts. You do not have to spend time on making a logo because someone will certainly be able to do it much faster and better for you. During this time you can design the structure of the site and start designing.

Draft site

Before you start designing, make a sketch of your site. Only after you have completed the sketch you can start picking colors and making pictures. It’s also important to collect content for your site to know what you need on certain sites.