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How can a developer learn about web design?

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Most of the time I worked as an application developer at backend side. I worked on enterprise web projects but never touched on user interface, design issues. Good looking web sites and user interfaces always impress me.And nowadays I am trying to develop public web site I know CSS, HTML but stuck with web design / user interface issues. I don't want to use a template or steal someone's web design.How can a developer / programmer learn to design good web sites / user interfaces, What tools should I use and learn? or is desinging good web user interfaces a god's gift?

Please help

I didn't find the right solution from the internet.References:
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If u wanna create good looking website u need to learn Photoshop, which is so important for these kind of things.Also u can start looking for tutorials in youtube (there are so, so many tutorials).

So for the first step, u can start copying someones design (but not publishing it online, just for practicing), so that way u can get better.

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