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New one day workshop 'Designing for the Web'

Published on Tuesday, 5th September 2017, contributed by Develop Me

An introduction to Designing for the Web

We are very pleased to announce a new one day workshop created by Senior Designer Mark Foster  & UX Designer & Developer Tim Banks - who both have a wealth of commercial experience and knowledge working for clients across all sectors.

This is a one day introductory course to give you all the practical skills and tools you need to design for the web.

The course will cover key principles, design rules, tools and processes to give you the confidence to hit the ground running, with a practical workshop and expert advice.

Who’s it for:

This is an introductory level course aimed at giving you a best practice ‘toolkit’ with commercially relevant knowledge for designing for the web. 

The content of the day will be focussed generally toward Junior or Mid-weight graphic designers perhaps moving into online/digital work – althougn this course will be very relavant for anyone looking to up-skill their knowledge and practice for web/interaction/screen design. 

Things you'll learn:

Design principles for the web

  • User centered design

  • Responsive & Adaptive design

  • Component & Pattern libraries

  • Questions to ask at briefing


  • Grids & layouts

  • Web typography

  • Images & Icons

  • Content

  • Interactions & transitions

  • Do’s and Dont’s


  • Research, User stories & testing

  • Architecture / Wireframing / Prototyping

  • Concept Design

  • Rollout Design

  • Development


  • Design tools

  • Presentation tools

Booking details:

This one day workshop which takes place at Paintworks, Bath Road, Bristol BS4 3EH on Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 9:30am  to 5:00pm.

Price is £250 +VAT 

Book your place here   (via our Eventbrite page)

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