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    getting into front end design

    I have done alot of HTML, JavaScript and CSS. I have worked quite a bit with twitter bootstrap, various template themes or html created by designers and integrated into something like a ruby on rails template. I have never designed html/css from images or anything like that. I recently was sent an image by a recruiter who said in order to apply for this front end website position they wanted me to convert the image into html/css ..

    How does on go about learning how to do that sort of thing ? I have heard if you use various tools, the html that gets spit out is kind of ugly as it is generated by a tool. I have no background in any kind of graphic design. I am not sure if I want to spread myself too thin as I like programming and all but I am curious about this aspect of web development as it is where I am the most weak. Any good beginner books, websites or other suggestions ?

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    How exactly have you "done alot of html, js, and css"

    If you had any experience with these languages you would know where to begin. Not that you would be able to do everything but you would have a starting point at least.

    Go learn HTML/CSS on Code Academy.. Google it

    You can also learn Js there as well but an image wont show you whats suppose to happen when you do something so you should be able to get away without it for this but will need to know it eventually.. The sooner the better!


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    Like Vapr already said, HTML/CSS are the basics that one need to know. After that comes JS and so on
    Best of luck with your online career



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    Last edited by MarkusZ; Feb 22nd, 2015 at 08:08 AM.


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