Fifteen print designers and I were locked in a conference room for three days, where I was hired to teach them HTML, CSS, Dreamweaver, and everything else I could squeeze in to help them become web designers.
In preparation, I researched and posted current links and resources that I believed would help them during the training, as well as after I left.
I continued to keep the page updated long after the class ended, and encouraged the Dallas designers to utilize these resources and keep me posted on their progress.
Knowing that constant change in this industry is an understatement, I felt these resources would be also be helpful to my future web design students, so I continued to research, collect and organize hundreds of amazing resources and information on the web as a “tool kit” for web design and production.
I’ve maintained and updated the site almost weekly. Excited to find and share so many great resources that I hope may help students and colleagues continue to learn the enormous process of web design.
My collection of links and resources outgrew the one page that I originally created for my print designers in Dallas, so I chose WordPress to better present and organize the next iteration of the site.
I’ve also added a Student section, and encourage students to post their sites, links, and promote their work.
As I continue to learn through the thousands of people who generously share their knowledge and techniques online, I invite all students and colleagues who find this collection useful to take what you need, and share what you discover.
I am truly blessed to have been able to work in this industry, and teach thousands of students for more than 10 years! Thank you for allowing me to continue to do what I love!
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