How can I learn a new skill or improve one I already have? Is there a better way?
Read a lot of books.
b) You should think about it a lot.
c) Do it.
Is “Jump in and do it” your answer?
People who learn a skill should spend a lot of time learning about theory, but getting your hands dirty and practising will be far more effective than reading about how to do something.
Learn a new language? Speak it out.
Then you should read this. It’s fun.
Learn a sport? Take a look at what you did.
Want to become funnier? Tell funny stories. It has worked for me, and I can tell you from experience that, by using this method, my chances of success have gone up. Now I only fail at a joke 8 out of 10 times.
Want to learn how to write code? Build things. Many things.
Here’s the deal…
Without a plan, a goal in mind, or anyone to hold you accountable, you’ll either incrementally improve your skills or not at all.
You can learn about CSS in just 30 days! This is why I made the course.
In the next 30 days, you and I will learn CSS by making a new project in plain old CSS without the help of templates, frameworks, or plug-in.
In 30 days, you’ll have a good understanding of CSS, as well as the skills and confidence to use it in your own projects.
CSS3 in 30 Days is for
A good way to learn about CSS3 for Web Designers and Web Developers who are just starting out or who already know a lot about CSS but want to learn more about CSS3.
Let’s get started!
Who this course is for:
- It’s a good thing that there are a lot
- In the future, there are going to be a lot of
- Experienced designers and developers who want to brush up on CSS.
- Anyone who wants to learn how to change the look of a web page with CSS.