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Learn to code beautiful interactive websites that look great on mobile and desktop browsers. Craft modern, responsive pages with HTML and CSS. Then bring your pages to life by adding dynamic interactions through Javascript and JQuery. Take a mobile-first approach. Geared towards complete beginners, non-techies, and creative professionals. Assumes no prior knowledge. Q&A Q: Can I make up a class if I miss one? A: No, but you will have time to catch up with the teacher. In most instances, instructors are willing to bring you up to speed with the information that you missed.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 2:00pm
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Pursue the fundamentals of Web design. Focus on UX/UI for the Web. Research your target audience and conceive and design your own site. Learn how to set up basic typography using CSS and HTML. Create a responsive design system with wireframes and layouts. Start with the foundations universal to great design: thoughtful typography, color interactions, solid grids and layout. Progress to working with website fundamentals, such as wireframes. site maps, style guides, design patterns, usability (UX/UI) assets, and user flow.

Thursday, January 24, 2019 - 10:00am
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Pursue the fundamentals of Web design. Focus on UX/UI for the Web. Research your target audience and conceive and design your own site. Learn how to set up basic typography using CSS and HTML. Create a responsive design system with wireframes and layouts. Start with the foundations universal to great design: thoughtful typography, color interactions, solid grids and layout. Progress to working with website fundamentals, such as wireframes. site maps, style guides, design patterns, usability (UX/UI) assets, and user flow.

Thursday, January 24, 2019 - 1:30pm
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Advance your Web development skills by building responsive and mobile websites in HTML, CSS, Javascript and jQuery that look great across a range of devices. Achieve fluency in Web standard technologies: CSS preprocessors, front end frameworks, UX/UI considerations, CSS animations, CSS Grid, libraries, and other tools employed to create rich and engaging websites. As design and development continue to converge, you'll learn through an easy to understand conversational style aimed at creative professionals transitioning into development. Prerequisite: Coding 1: Intro to Web Development.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019 - 1:30pm
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The course guide students in improving their current student portfolio pieces, developing new ones, and presenting their work, and themselves in a compelling way. A strong professional portfolio provides an important foundation for the development of a successful career in digital design. Some topics are: Design Analysis and Critical Evaluation, Personal Marketing, The creation of a self-promotion system, Effective Portfolio Presentation and The design of an effective display of your portfolio pieces in several media.

Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - 1:15pm
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Web Design with HTML & CSS If youve been thinking about learning to code and/or creating a website, this is the class for you. Learn HTML, the standard markup language used to create webpages. Youll dive in and hand code a webpage from scratch, learning how to format paragraphs, headings, and lists. Youll also learn how to create links, add images, and modify tags with attributes. By the end of class you will learn about CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), including tag selectors, class selectors, and the class attribute.

Monday, February 25, 2019 - 6:00pm
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Learn to design websites for mobile phones, tablets, and desktops using the visual design principles of color, layout, and typography. Youll learn about visual conventions, standards, and industry trends, and gain experience with the process and principles for designing responsive websites through lecture and hands-on practice. You will design and produce one or more projects in this class to come out with portfolio material. Your work will be critiqued and youll get the feedback you need to help improve your designs. Prerequisites: This is a design class, not a coding class.

Monday, February 11, 2019 - 5:00am
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Web Design with HTML & CSS If youve been thinking about learning to code and/or creating a website, this is the class for you. Learn HTML, the standard markup language used to create webpages. Youll dive in and hand code a webpage from scratch, learning how to format paragraphs, headings, and lists. Youll also learn how to create links, add images, and modify tags with attributes. By the end of class you will learn about CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), including tag selectors, class selectors, and the class attribute.

Friday, March 22, 2019 - 2:00pm
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Web Design with HTML & CSS If youve been thinking about learning to code and/or creating a website, this is the class for you. Learn HTML, the standard markup language used to create webpages. Youll dive in and hand code a webpage from scratch, learning how to format paragraphs, headings, and lists. Youll also learn how to create links, add images, and modify tags with attributes. By the end of class you will learn about CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), including tag selectors, class selectors, and the class attribute.

Monday, January 28, 2019 - 6:00pm
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Design the User Interface of Website Sketch is a Mac app that was built with the specific needs of a modern web designer (or app designer) in mind. Unlike some other image editing programswhich were originally created for print, photo retouching, or illustrationthe entire focus of Sketch is on designing user interfaces. Sketch uses Artboards, so you can efficiently design web layouts for mobile, tablet, and desktop (or screens for apps). Its vector-based, so you can scale for a variety of screen sizes with ease, as well as export hi-res (Retina) graphics for the web or apps.

Thursday, April 18, 2019 - 6:00am

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