7PM-9PM Tuesdays and Thursdays on June 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, & 19.
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:
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.
NextFab has partnered with Chester A. Arthur and Edwin A. Stanton schools to offer 7 week-long after school programs for ten students from each school. Both are located just a few blocks away from NextFab. We encourage learning beyond the classroom and believe students achieve more when they are able to synthesize concepts and skills and think creatively.
On June 7th from 2 - 6 pm, we will host an open house to celebrate the finished projects students made here and raise funds for makerspaces in their schools.
Please join us! Let’s make a space for students to go to for enriching classes, during their lunch breaks, and after school, so they can express their creativity to the fullest potential.
For questions, please contact Jonathan Tekac at firstname.lastname@example.org
June 7th from 2 - 6 pm
2.30 pm - unveiling of the Stanton and Arthur students' work
NextFab, 2025 Washington Ave., 19146
+1 (215) 921-3649