Undoubtedly, everyone knows that the best way to learn Web Development (or any other tech skill) is to learn it by doing!
But the thing that most of the individuals, especially beginners, do wrong is that they just stay focused on learning the concepts and wait for too long to start a project. Yes, it is good to make your concepts clear as much as you can to command over web development skills however it is also true that without getting the relevant practical exposure you can not expect yourself to become a proficient Web Developer.
Let’s get started with these project ideas:
1. Landing Page
2. Survey Form
3. Personal Blog
How would it be if you can make a project that will not only help you to enhance your web development skills but also act as a platform to share your learning or experiences with others? Yes, a Personal Blog can do the same. Though a blog can be created from basic to advanced level, initially you’re recommended to opt for creating a basic blogging site using HTML, CSS, and jQuery. And, if you’re having sound knowledge of CSS Grid, Flexbox, Responsive Design, and other related concepts, it would be more beneficial for you to create an enriching Personal Blog project. Meanwhile, Bootstrap also allows you to create a responsive blog that can run on different screen sizes conveniently and efficiently.
4. Business Portfolio Website
In today’s digitally driven world when almost every business is going online, you can opt to make a simple static Business Portfolio Website as a beginner-level project. It can be based on any particular business such as restaurant, fashion wear, sports gears, etc and what you need to do is showcase the products & services offered by the business along with adding respective images, prices, contact details, etc. In this project, you will be mainly using your HTML and CSS skills to create the structure and layout for the website. You need to add all these product images in an aligned manner and use the grid system to build a multi-column layout. Also, once you’ll become a pro with web development skills, you can consider creating an advanced dynamic website for the same business platform.
6. To-Do List App
7. Address Book Project
8. Quiz Game Project
9. Meme Generator Project
10. E-Library Project
Again, these projects are strongly recommended to beginners who have just started in the web development world and looking forward to practicing their web development skills. Once you’ll become proficient with the fundamental web development skills and get practical exposure with these above-mentioned beginner-level projects – you can go for developing some advanced-level projects using the required tech stack. Now, what are you waiting for? Do check out these projects and put your learning into practice!