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Website Course

Under the website course should I start with the projects or the deep dives?

3 Answers

Chase Lee
Chase Lee
29,275 Points

Try the Become a Web Designer Learning Adventure. It's almost all the websites course stuff that is put together by Treehouse in the order that they think would benefit you most.

From experience, I would say Projects. Deep Dive sections can then be as a continuation of skill building, further strengthening what the projects involve. Both will then help you for your own personal projects.

Spen Taylor
Spen Taylor
13,027 Points

The projects are much more engaging - for the most part at least - and keeping yourself engaged will keep you learning :)