The first 1000 people to use the link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership: Join the Discord: Video on gap in flexbox: It can be hard to know how to improve the look of your site. You know it looks bad, but you don’t know why! In this video, I break down 5 tips to help you make your sites and projects look better :). /// Chapters 00:00 – Introduction 00:51 – line-length 04:14 – letting things breath 10:27 – contrast with color 14:17 – text-alignment 17:25 – contrast with font properties #css This video is sponsored by Skillshare — Come hang out with other dev’s in my Discord Community 💬 — Keep up to date with everything I’m up to ✉ — Help support my channel 👨‍🎓 Get a course: 👕 Buy a shirt: 💖 Support me on Patreon: — My editor: VS Code – — I’m on some other places on the internet too! If you’d like a behind the scenes and previews of what’s coming up on my YouTube channel, make sure to follow me on Instagram and Twitter. Instagram: Twitter: Codepen: Github: — And whatever you do, don’t forget to keep on making your corner of the internet just a little bit more awesome!

17 thoughts on “Web design tips for developers

    1. Great video. I’m a seasoned developer who really needs to up my design skills once and for all. I took advantage of your Skillshare link to sign up for a year. Do you have any design videos recommendations for videos that would be useful for developers?

  1. Are there awards for teachers like Kevin?!? I nominate him for every category 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾

  2. … And you look your design and know that “it can look better” (The polite way to tell) = Your design can give nightmares to whoever, are those colors for a serious webpage or it is for a clown webpage, you should be condemned to injure the eyes of internet users.

  3. Kevin, you have made me an infinitely better designer. If I have a CSS question, I don’t scour the documentation. I pull up YouTube and find a video you’ve created that helps me. You haven’t let me down yet! So grateful!

  4. As you were talking about line length it finally clicked why I had such a hard time reading text books in school 20ish years ago. I sometimes had to use my fingers or a ruler to keep track of which line I was on and needed to move to next. Thanks for all the great tips as always

  5. Now we need “web development for designers”
    But honestly, as a design student, your videos helped me a lot at making sense of CSS. You do an amazing job at explaining how things work.

  6. Kelvin Powell i love you so much. Indeed you know how your design look. Very funny

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