This 6 session course is intended for beginners and covers the basics of website creation and design. Through lecture, discussion, and hands-on activities in each class, students will learn the skills necessary to complete a personal portfolio website, which will serve as the final project for the class. No prior knowledge of web development or HTML is required.
Topics covered will include:
March 17th: Web basics, introduction to HTML, creating our first webpage
March 19th: Common HTML tags, intro to CSS, FTP basics
March 24th: Creating multiple page websites, CSS fundamentals, introduction to portfolio project
March 26th: Intermediate HTML & CSS, introduction to debugging tools
April 2nd: Final presentation and critique
Please bring a laptop for use during class (Windows, Apple, or Linux). Contact us if you need to borrow a laptop. This course is limited to 8 people.
Mark Neuburger is a web designer and developer who has been creating websites for a variety of clients for over 11 years. He has most recently worked as a contractor on several public sector health websites, including medicare.gov and healthcare.gov, providing services as a web programmer and accessibility consultant.