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29 Helpful YouTube Tutorials on Web Design Techniques

by Jake Rocheleau

on October 14, 2012

in Tutorials

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What’s the easiest way to pick up new trends in web design? Reading popular articles and blog posts is certainly the quickest method. But video tutorials are also very helpful for techniques which you need to replicate. These could focus on Photoshop/Illustrator techniques, or additionally offering resources for new web developers.

I have put together 29 outstanding YouTube video tutorials focused around website design. Some of the topics may be a little bland for more experienced designers. But go through the showcase and see if you can pick out any gems from the crowd. There are always new techniques you can learn and apply to your ongoing projects. And learning from video tutorials is not only easy, but also fun and pretty exciting too!

Photoshop Stitch Effect

Stitch Up your Website Layout

Web Design Tutorial Search Form

Web Design Tutorial in Photoshop 720p HD

How To Design a Website using Adobe Fireworks

What is Web Design?

CSS Floats

Web Design CSS Floats – Basics

CSS Website Design Tutorial

CSS Layouts The Right Way

How To Create Web Layouts in Photoshop

Design a Simple Web Layout

Building a Site in Photoshop

Web 2.0 Glossy Buttons

3D Twitter Icon for your Blog

2-Column Layout using Dreamweaver CS3

Creating a Website with Dreamweaver

Set Up Website Files on a Server

Create Website in Photoshop using CSS

Build an HTML5/CSS3 Webpage

HTML5 and CSS3 Web Design

Creating a Website in Adobe Fireworks 1080p HD

How To Create Favicons for Websites

Pure CSS Dropdown Menu in Dreamweaver

Rollover Navigation Menu

Understanding & Clearing Floats

Converting a Design from PSD to HTML

Fluid Grid Layout in Dreamweaver CS6

Website Coding Series – Part 1

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About Jake Rocheleau

Jake is a frontend user experience designer and frequent blogger. He writes about all things web and mobile design. Check out his updates on Twitter @jakerocheleau. Connect with Jake on google+