Web Development Tools and Resources You Need To Build Better Websites.

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Once you are good with web development, here are the tools you need to build better websites.

1. Pinterest

Pinterest is for design inspiration when you want to build a website.

Just navigate to Pinterest and search “Web Design Inspiration.”

2. Pen and Paper

Use pen and paper to create a sketch of the inspiration you got on Pinterest.

Here is a guide on how to create landing pages.

3. Figma

Figma is a powerful design tool that helps you to design websites, applications, logos, and much more.

By learning to use Figma, you'll take your first steps into User Interface Design and User Experience Design.

To learn how to use Figma, go on YouTube and search “Figma tutorial for beginners” as shown below.

4. StorySet

Storyset provides you with awesome free customizable illustrations for your project.

5. Pexels

Pexels provides you with free photos, images, and videos to use in your project.

6. Boxicons

Boxicons is a free collection of carefully crafted open-source icons that you can use in your project.

7. LT Browser

LT Browser helps you to test your website responsiveness on all devices like smartphones, Tablets, and Desktops.

Using LT Browser, you can generate a detailed performance report of your website with a single click.

8. Google Fonts

Google Fonts is a library of 1,430 open-source font families and APIs for convenient use via CSS and Android.

9. LT Debug

LT Debug is a chrome extension for debugging website issues.

It is a collection of free online web design, development, and debugging utilities that can make your development efforts easier and faster.


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