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There are a lot of different ways to learn about web design and development. Blogs and online tutorials can be extremely useful (and they were instrumental for me),  but YouTube is also a great source of content. There are many channels that share design and development tutorials, as well as news and trends, and even tips for growing your own business as a freelancer or finding a job.

If you’re interested in learning more about web design and development, here are 15 YouTube channels that you should definitely check out. There is a good bit of variety here, as some focus on more technical aspects of web development, while others are design-oriented, and a few produce a lot of videos on the business aspects.

1. DesignCourse

With over 400,000 subscribers, Gary Simon’s DesignCourse channel is a great resource. Gary has 20 years of development experience and on his channel he has a huge collection of educational videos that will teach you how to become a web developer. He publishes two new videos each week, so there is always plenty of new stuff to watch and learn.

Gary has a lot of experience creating courses for big names in the industry like Envato and Lynda, so he’s very comfortable teaching and guiding you through the lessons that you’ll need to learn.

Although a lot of the videos focus on coding, Gary also covers topics related to design and UI on his channel. If you’re looking for a place to learn more and grow your web design skills, this is a great place to start.

2. Will Paterson

Many web designers also do logo design, and logo design is the primary focus for Will Paterson. He releases multiple new videos each week and a majority of them cover logo design in some form.

In addition to logo design, Will also covers some general design-related topics, and he’s got some great videos on freelancing and building a business.You’ll love the series where Will critque’s the logo designs of some of his subscribers. It’s a great way to learn and see the thought process of a pro, and maybe you’ll even be able to get your own logo critiqued.

3. Learn Code Academy

As I’m sure you would expect, the content from focusses mostly on the coding and development aspect. With more than 600,000 subscribers, this is an extremely popular channel. New videos aren’t added all that frequently right now (11 videos added in the past year) but there is a ton of great content throughout the archives.

You’ll find some really useful videos on HTML and CSS that are intended for beginners, which is a great starting point. There are also videos on other topics like responsive web design that will take your skills to the next level.

4. Derek Banas

The content covered on Derek Banas’ channel is broader than many of the other channels featured here. You’ll find videos on things like coding websites, creating video games, exercising, and many other topics (like a recent video on how to play the ukelele).

Derek creates videos based on user requests, so if there is something in particular that you want to learn, you can reach out to him (although with 900,000+ subscribers I imagine he gets a lot of requests).

If you’re trying to learn web development web design, you’ll love his videos like How to Learn PHP in 30 minutes, How to Learn JavaScript in 30 Minutes, and How to Learn HTML in 15 minutes.

5. Charli Marie TV

Charli Marie is a London-based web and graphic designer with a channel that mostly covers topics related to web design and the business aspects of design.Her Design a Website series (5 videos) serves as a good starting point for new web design. Charli also has a number of videos that are collaborations with other designers, and you can learn a lot from those conversations.

My favorite aspect of Charli Marie TV is the business aspect. Her videos on freelancing and remote work can be incredibly valuable.

6. Jessie Showalter

Jesse Showalter is a designer and front-end developer living in Hawaii. His channel is very active, with more than 70 videos published in the past year. His videos focus specifically on web design, so if you are looking to learn about topics like CSS, user interface design, layouts, typography, and more, this is a great channel for you.

In addition to the videos on web design, Jesse also creates videos on topics related to remote work and freelance. Jesse works full-time as a remote employee and freelances on the side, so he’s got some great experience and insight into those topics that can be so important in this industry.

7. Brad Hussey

If you have an interest in working as a freelance designer or growing your own business, Brad Hussey’s channel is one that you’ll want to follow. Brad is a very experienced designer and developer with years of teaching experience. He does have plenty of content on his channel related to coding (like a series on how to learn jQuery), but the freelancing and business-related videos are the highlight.

Brad is very entertaining and he keeps the videos interesting. He has videos covering topics like dealing with rude clients, pricing your services, working as a consultant, when to quit your job, and much more.

8. InVision

The folks at InVision have produced a lot of great content related to web and mobile design. They have a lot of in-depth talks (usually 40-60 minutes) with various designers that are very insightful and cover a wide range of topics. They also have some Design Sprints videos that are much shorter and very concise.

While the InVision channel does not have in-depth tutorials for learning specific things like you will get from a lot of these other channels, the conversations with experienced designers can be a great way to learn and grow as well.

9. Stefan Mischook

Stefan Mischook has been creating websites since 1994, which gives him 25 years of experience in the industry! He has been teaching web design and programming for more than 10 years.

Stefan’s channel covers all kinds of aspects of development and coding, including working in the industry. You won’t find a lot of coding tutorials here (although there are some), but Stefan has some great insight that will be very helpful as you try to find work in the industry, regardless of whether that is through employment or freelancing.


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