Design tools and sites

Started by ReincarnationPlayer, Nov 12, 2022, 04:05 AM

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ReincarnationPlayerTopic starter

Hi there! Can someone with expertise in web design recommend beginner-friendly tools and template websites? Your help would be greatly appreciated :)
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richardBranson

If you're on the hunt for an eyedropper tool, color detection tool, or color capture tool, look no further than this list of recommended design tools. These color selection tools can help you create and identify great color combinations, and best of all, many of them are free of charge.

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Adobe Color is a popular choice for creating color schemes using a color wheel or browsing thousands of pre-existing color combinations. Similarly, Chroma is a free web application that can be used to determine color information.

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Other popular options include Coolors.co, a super-fast color scheme generator; Colorcode, an online tool that allows for intuitive color combinations; and Just Color Picker, a free portable offline color selector and editor.

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For automated color palette creation, Khroma is an AI-based tool that's worth checking out. Material Colors Native offers a Google material design color palette in the form of a Mac application, while Paletton is a useful tool for creating custom color combinations.

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If you're looking for a color picker tool, you may want to consider Pikka, which is a color palette and color scheme generator for macOS. React Color is another option that offers a collection of color palettes from Sketch, Photoshop, and Chrome, and it's available for free as an open-source tool.

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For macOS users, Sip is a handy pipette tool for collecting, organizing, and sharing colors. Skala Color supports multiple formats and contains everything you need for web, iOS, Android, and macOS development, and Swatches is a useful iOS app for collecting, inspecting, and sharing colors.

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Finally, UI Gradients is a great resource for finding beautiful color gradients that are perfect for designers and developers alike.

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In addition to color selection tools, there are many website creation tools available that can help you build your own landing pages and websites without writing any code. Some popular options include Blocs for Mac, a fast and easy-to-use visual web design tool, and Bootstrap Studio, a powerful web design tool that uses the Bootstrap framework to create responsive sites.

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Mobirise is an offline website builder that's based on Bootstrap 3/4 and Google AMP, while Pinegrow is a professional visual editor for CSS Grid, Bootstrap 4 and 3, Foundation, Responsive Design, HTML and CSS. px.div is another popular website creation tool that's aimed at developers and designers.

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For visually pleasing designs, Readymag offers a range of design tools that can be used for everything from landing pages to presentations and portfolios. STUDIO allows for collaboration in real-time and publishes websites easily, while Sympli delivers design assets and specifications directly to your preferred development environment.

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Lastly, Tilda allows for the easy creation of websites, landing pages, and online stores using Tilda modules, and Webflow lets you create responsive sites right in your browser - you can even export your code to be hosted elsewhere.


Fonts are also an important consideration for web designers, so it's worth checking out some of the free font generator and font search tools listed on this site, which can help with font management and design.
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Softok

 I can certainly recommend some beginner-friendly tools and template websites for web design. Here are a few options:

1. Wix: Wix is a popular website builder that offers a drag-and-drop interface, making it easy for beginners to create their own websites. It provides a wide range of templates for different industries and can be customized using their intuitive editor.

2. Squarespace: Squarespace is another user-friendly website builder that offers beautifully designed templates. It provides a clean and modern interface, allowing beginners to create professional-looking websites without any coding knowledge.

3. WordPress.com: WordPress.com is a platform that offers both simple and more advanced options for website creation. It has an extensive collection of templates and themes that cater to various industries and requirements.

4. Weebly: Weebly is known for its simplicity and ease of use. It offers a drag-and-drop editor, along with a selection of templates that beginners can easily customize to create their own websites.

5. Canva: While not specifically a website builder, Canva is a graphic design tool that can help create visually appealing designs for your website. It offers ready-made templates and a user-friendly interface for creating graphics, banners, and other visual elements.

6. Shopify: If you're interested in creating an online store, Shopify is a great option. It provides an intuitive interface, a variety of customizable templates, and features specifically designed for e-commerce.

7. GoDaddy Website Builder: GoDaddy offers an easy-to-use website builder that includes drag-and-drop functionality and professionally designed templates. It also provides built-in features like SEO optimization and mobile responsiveness.

8. Adobe Portfolio: Adobe Portfolio is ideal for showcasing your work and creating a portfolio website. It offers simple customization options, with a focus on visual presentation and aesthetic appeal.

9. Elementor: If you're using WordPress as your content management system, Elementor is a popular drag-and-drop page builder plugin. It allows you to create and customize your website layout visually, without needing to write code.

10. Bootstrap: Bootstrap is an open-source framework that provides ready-to-use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript components. It's great for beginners who want to start coding but still have the structure and design elements provided by a framework.

these tools and websites can help you get started, learning some basic web design concepts and coding languages like HTML and CSS will give you more flexibility and control over your designs. As you gain experience, you can explore more advanced tools and techniques.
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