HTML and CSS should be your module on your journey to learning web development…and just before I continue, I would like to say I am thrilled that you have taken on the challenge to learn web development – starting with HTML and CSS.
That’s cool but you can’t be learning about all the tags, CSS properties and then you are not applying what you have learnt because learning without application is as good as useless.
In this article, I will show you 10 web project ideas that can help you apply what you have learnt. Ready! Let’s go;
1. Order Summary Components
I like this project because it helps one to have this confidence in building awesome layouts. Access the project here
2. Social Proof Section
This project will test your Flexbox or Grid skills. This is a step to building amazing layouts. Access the project here and build.
3. Hurdle Landing Page
You haven’t built a two-column layout before? Then this is for you. This would test your CSS grid and Flexbox skills. Here is the project friend.
4. Hurdle Landing Pages With Alternating Feature Blocks
This challenge is just good for me if you want to learn how to build a web page. It tests your responsive design techniques too. Access the project here
5. Clipboard Landing Page With HTML and CSS
This is also a full web page. It will put your layout skills to the test. Here is the project.
6. Stat Preview Component With HTML and CSS
This gives you a heads up to design techniques. Hence, it is a good way to test your HTML and CSS skills. Here is the project.
7. 3-Column Preview Card Component
If you are new to building responsive projects, then this challenge would help.
8. Profile Card Component With HTML and CSS
This project also tests your layout skills. This single component will always be at the center no matter any screen size. Hence, a good way to practice responsive design.
9. Testimonials Grid Section With HTML and CSS
This challenge would help you with your Grid skills. With Grids, you can build responsive layouts. I believe this challenge will give you a grasp of CSS Grids.
10. Clone Projects of Choice With HTML and CSS
Cloning built projects owned by companies or organizations is one of the best ways of learning. For instance, you could decide to clone the SOLOLEARN website with just the HTML and CSS. It also helps give insights on trends lately. So CLONE ANYTHING friend!
If you look closely, I have written these projects as it relates to your current level. I believe these projects would help boost your skills. You may not practice all, but ensure to build at least 5 projects as you learn.
Remember: You learn not by learning but by building and by execution. See you on the other side.
However, if you would like to learn front-end development or web design, LBDIGITAL ACADEMY is not far from your doorstep. Reach out to us here at email@example.com and the team would respond swiftly.
Just before you leave though…
I wrote an article a few days on the simple roadmap to web development. Because you are here, I have no doubt this article will be of immense value to you. Do you want to read it? I guessed right! Here is the link.