Mini Projects to Become an Expert in Front-End Development

Become an expert in front-end development by developing 2-3 mini projects given in this section


Build the following mini-projects using HTML and CSS to improve your skills


A Navigation Bar helps users get around easily. They contain links to the various sections of a website and can also be used to group content by type. Some examples of navigation bars are found on websites like Amazon, Facebook, Reddit, or this one.

What you will learn:How to use Links, How To Design Page Header, How to Design Responsive(It will work on Mobile, Desktop and Tablets) Navigation Bar, How to use List, How to Decorate font, and List using CSS

Reference:Check any website you would like and try to simple responsive navigation bar like it

Design Landing Page

Landing Page is a good way to get your initial website started. Landing pages were created to make it easy for people to find out your information quickly and learn more about you or the company. It's a nice short project that can take anywhere from two hours to four depending on how much of the content you add yourself.

What you will learn:How to design website layout, How to use Div and Paragraphs, How to use fonts, How to use Images, How to Design Responsive Web Page

Reference: Click here to see Landing Page Design

Image Gallery

Designing an image gallery page is a great way to practice creating a website layout while learning HTML and CSS. A gallery is a perfect place to showcase your latest work. This can be done by creating an image wall, just a grid of images, or a slide show.

What you will learn:How to use Grid Layout, How to Insert Images in web pages, How to Design Responsive Web Page, How to Design Image Card

Reference:Check this link and how they have shown projects images in Gallary Format

Stock List Page

A stock list page is a web page that contains information on a company's stock, such as the ticker symbol, price in dollars, number of shares outstanding, and dividends. It is often used to show investors what the market has come to think of a particular company.

What you will learn:How to design responsive table, Text alignment, Table Column Freeze, How to use Fonts, Layout, How to use Div and Paragraphs

Reference: Click hereto see the stock list page example

eCommerce Product Page

Ecommerce product pages vary greatly depending on the type of products being sold. For example, one common layout would be a single column with large images at the top and smaller text underneath. Another may use a single column with multiple images of each item as they are listed to make it easier for customers to look through.

What you will learn: How to design column Layout, How to use Grid Layout, How to Add Images, How to use Different Types of Heading, Text Formatting, Table Layout

Reference: Click here to see Product Amazon Page

Registration Form

The registration form is a popular HTML and CSS project. It's a basic registration page that has text fields for username, password, email, etc. The fields are hidden until the user clicks on the "Show Fields" button in order to fill in the information.

What you will learn:How to design form, How to use input and form fields, Content alignment, Show and hide elements, heading and text formatting

HTML, CSS,Sass and JavaScript

  • To-do List
  • Calculator
  • Form Validation
  • FAQ Page
  • Drawing App

HTML, CSS, Sass, React

1. Launch Date Counter Page

The Launching date counter is a very interesting project. Launch Date Counter helps users to know the launch date of the website.

What you will learn:

How to create React components, How to use setTimeInterval function, React Hooks, Animation

2. Quote Generator

Mini projects can be great for beginners because they help you build interest and skills in certain areas! The Quotes generator is a simple project to do during class or for homework that helps people compress words. It then generates a short but meaningful quote.

API Link:

What you will learn: How to use API, How to Design Form, How to make ajax/fetch/Axios API calls from react app

3. Build a Thumbnail Generator

Thumbnail Generator is a tool that will automatically generate thumbnails for your images quickly and easily. In this project, you will create a thumbnail of the image when the user uploads it on the server.

What you will learn: How to upload images using React, How to create a form in React, Image Operation, File Operation

4. Build a Downloading Progress Bar

A progress bar is a common visual representation for the transformation of quantitative values into qualitative values over time. It is seen as bars ascending at a constant speed that show information about what stage of the process is being portrayed and whether the current value from a counter or computer widget corresponds to 100% of the estimated goal.

What you will learn: How to upload files in react, How to design progress bar, How to use Animation in React, React Hooks

5. Simple Train Ticket Registration System

A train ticket registration system allows passengers to book and use their tickets more quickly and easily. The staff would also be able to view the attendance of guests prior to their arrival at the stations.

What you will learn:

How to store data in local storage using JavaScript, How to design dashboard, how to create and manage table operation in React, How to build CRUD app in React

6. Infinite Scrolling

What if you have millions of records like Facebook and Instagram posts? How you will get the millions of records in one API? it will be difficult Right? Then there is a solution - Infinite Scrolling

Infinite scrolling is a technique that allows the user to scroll indefinitely. This means that the content never ends and instead of the application forcing you to reach a certain point, it provides you with an endless supply of new content.

What you will learn:

How to make API calls, how to use offset and count parameters to fetch limited records from the server, How to track JavaScript Events

7. Shopping Cart System

A shopping cart system is a system that involves creating a list of items to be sold on the premise. The system helps retailers create customized lists of products that they can put together, placing items in small numbers on individual carts.

This would be a big mini project but it will help you to learn a lot of things.

What you will learn:

How to use Redux, How to use Hooks, How to design card in React, How to design product page in React, How to make CRUD operations, etc.

Important Note: For database operation and API try to use Google Firebase Storage