Ian Yates
My name's Ian and I'm editor of Web Design content at Tuts+. Ask me anything you like about web design… I'll find someone who knows the answer.
Courses
  • Web Design

    Building Static Websites with Hammer for OS X

    3 hours
  • Web Design

    Responsive Web Design for Beginners

    3.6 hours
  • Design & Illustration

    Character Design

    1.9 hours
  • Web Design

    Introduction to Web Typography

    1.9 hours
  • Web Design

    30 Days to Your First Website Design

    4.7 hours
Tutorials
  • Code
    40+ Popular Translated Code Tutorials and ArticlesTranslations 1
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    The Tuts+ Translation Project is going full steam ahead–every day we receive new submissions, requests and ideas, in all kinds of languages! Find out how to get involved at the bottom of this post, but in the meantime here are some of the most popular translations from Tuts+ Code.Read More…
  • Web Design
    How They Did It: Al Jazeera “Beyond the Beach”, Built With Adobe MusePreview
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    Adobe Muse is ideally suited for building online media presentations, and nowhere have I seen better evidence of that than Al Jazeera’s “Beyond the Beach” documentary. I recently chatted with Konstantinos Antonopoulos, Interactive producer at Al Jazeera English, and asked him about the processes involved in the build.Read More…
  • Web Design
    How to Use JotForm’s Form Design ToolFormdesigner
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    JotForm is a form building service; it allows you to build and host your forms on their platform, then slot them into your webpages however you like. Today we’re going to take a sneaky look at its form design tools, which are currently in beta.Read More…
  • Design & Illustration
    25 Popular Translated Design & Illustration TutorialsTranslations
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    For the past few months we (and when I say “we” I mean the amazing Tuts+ community) have been translating tutorials across the Tuts+ network. So far we have well over 300 translations in nearly 30 languages! Here are some of the most popular examples from Tuts+ Design & Illustration.Read More…
  • Web Design
    The Tuts+ Recommended Web Design Reading ListPerw
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    The Tuts+ Web Design Instructors are an opinionated bunch, so I asked them what their favourite design books are. Here’s what they think you should read.Read More…
  • Code
    Meet Erick Patrick, Who Has Translated 50 Tutorials for Tuts+Img 2805s
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    The level of community participation the Tuts+ translation project began six months ago has been truly overwhelming. 95 volunteers have seen their translations published, and that number grows each week. Recently I caught up with Erick Patrick, our most prolific translator to date with over 50 published translations (and counting!) to ask him a few questions.Read More…
  • Web Design
    A Quick Chat With Val HeadVal head
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    Val Head (event organiser, book author, CSS animation meister) will be taking to the stage in November to speak at FOWD New York City. I recently spent ten minutes chatting with her to find out what people can expect from her presentation.Read More…
  • Web Design
    How They Did It: “Years of Living Dangerously” EPK Microsite, Built With Adobe MusePreview
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    Demitri Alexander is the Art Director of Propoint’s interactive and motion team. I recently asked him some questions about the “Years of Living Dangerously” EPK Microsite project, built with Adobe Muse.Read More…
  • Web Design
    7 Questions With FOWA Rising Star Flurin EggerFlurin
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    Flurin Egger is Swiss, lives in the Netherlands, is a front-end fanatic and lover of English shoes (who isn’t?) We caught up with him as he put the finishing touches to his talk for FOWA in London.Read More…
  • Web Design
    Quick Tip: Don’t Let Your Designs “Evolve”Giraffe preview
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    A Web Designer’s work is never done, even once a website is launched the job of testing, analysing and reiterating is only just beginning. But iterating is not the same as letting a design evolve. If your designs are evolving you’re doing something wrong. Here’s why.Read More…
  • Web Design
    5 Things I Learned From the Tuts+ Translation ProjectTranslation2 1c
    We recently launched the Tuts+ Translation Project, an initiative which has seen the Tuts+ community rally to translate, publish and share our tutorials. The response has been overwhelming; not only from readers who are thrilled to see our content in their native tongue, but also from people across the whole world who have volunteered to help. In the last few months I’ve been working with a large team of individuals, who’ve so far published over 200 translations in sixteen languages. During the course of this project I’ve learned a great many things, about language and people. Here are my top five!Read More…
  • Web Design
    We’re Translating Tuts+!Translation1s
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    Up until recently, all the tutorials on Tuts+ (there are nearly twenty thousand!) had one thing in common: they were all published in English. We often get requests for translations, and we also know that community members are already translating our tutorials so they can share them with their fellow countrymen and women. In response, we’ve launched the Tuts+ Translation Project, to meet the demand and share the hard work of our generous community members.Read More…