1. IADE Lisbon
This site’s interesting use of type means easy navigation to one of its many programs.
Newer online education models do away with stayed elements like physical classrooms and traditional textbooks, offering scaled-back, innovative media in their stead — and much sleeker web design to that end. Because these sites take advantage of their narrower scope and lighter weight, they often surpass their physical institution peers on the navigability and visual fronts. A sign of great things to come!
While many online degree sites have you filling out forms from the get-go, New Charter University borrows the look of a visually balanced front page that’s usually associated with higher ed.
Instructure offers a clean space for easy navigation.
4. Code School
Both Code School and Code Academy offer pared-down, intuitive designs that make for a much less intimidating introduction to coding than a CS seminar.
5. Code Academy
Code Academy even has you entering the basic code on their front page.
Gibbon’s “Playlists for Learning” format integrates their use of cards, feeds users into new classes, and even enables collaborating with other students.
Scroll through big visuals and discover the options with ETT.
8. Tuts Plus
A roulette-style learning site, Tuts Plus has a search engine bar on their homepage for streamlined navigation.
In Lynda’s case icons prove an effective and beautiful way to cleave out different content.
An insider feels for the young design community — straightforward doses of advice deftly arranged in icons. True to its nature, LtSH proves a well-designed site.