Saturday, July 27, 2013

Lynda’s Web Design Fundamentals

No, I won’t talk about web design here, I’m not capable of doing that because I know very, very little about this subject, but I’m trying to learn about it and to me one of the best ways to doing that is using Lynda’s videos. If you’re not familiar with Lynda.com, you should start browsing it and checking the thousand of video courses the site offers. If you can pay, even better.

I downloaded the Web Design Fundamentals course that consist on 38 videos explaining the basics of web design, from what’s HTML to how to pick a host and domain. The course 2 hours and 43 minutes, and was uploaded on 2010, but even for those like me who had no idea on how to get into web design, this is a nice start.

UPDATE: Links are down, people. I’ll try to upload them somewhere else in a near future if possible. Meanwhile, you can use a torrent to get the files. Sorry for the inconvenience.

And for those who can’t afford to pay for it, here’s a Mega link to it, it’s 820Mb and the key is “TDwfrJLFG3Xyub8tuhzCkKwUV5vlneG2--46WAUdMDM” (without the quotes).

If you want to use a download manager, like jDownloader, just copy the link and add a “!” between it and the key (https://mega.co.nz/querty!encryptionkey).

BTW, there is a pretty easy way to download public videos from Lynda, but only public videos.


  1. I presented a talk based on research I conducted at a public library this summer.Web Design

  2. great pleasure reading your post.Its full of information I looking for and I love to post a comment that "The content of your post is awesome" Great work. Regards: Web Design Services