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Best Web Design Practice Exercise for Website Design

06-04-2019 - By August van de Ven
The FakeClients Web Design Exercise Generator:

When you start out doing web design, it can be hard to know where to start. Most potential clients want to see a portfolio before starting to work with you but it can be hard to build a portfolio if you haven’t got any clients yet. You’ll also need to get some practice before starting to work with your first client to show them that you have some experience. Even if you aren’t doing it for your clients, it feels much nicer to know that you know what you are doing and don’t have to experiment with every element on your first web design. You gain more confidence and become better at design and get more creative if you practice a lot. Luckily there are many websites that can help you with this problem. If you’ve ever tried to come up with new ideas for things to design as a small practice project, you’ll know that it becomes pretty hard to come up with new design ideas after a few projects. Sites like Fakeclients help you with this problem. By giving you the ability to generate an unlimited amount of fake client briefs for your web design practice projects, you’ll have enough projects to practice your web design skills on and fill up your web design portfolio.

To start working on web design practice exercises from FakeClients, go to and press the Start button. The generator will generate a random web design project brief for you to practice on. This is an excellent way to practice because you actually will get used to working according to the plans and requirements of a client and not your own preferences. Projects like these will also look great on your portfolio because your future clients will know that you have some actual experience in designing websites. You can decide to that you’ll work on the first brief, whatever it might be, to better simulate a real-world client experience or you can just pick a brief you like best.

Once you have your brief and are ready to work it, go through your design process just like you would when working on a real client.