An understanding of web development is a highly sought after skill set, whether you are looking to design and develop websites full time or are looking to take your current skill set to the next level.
Who is this workshop for?
Complete beginners, with little to no coding experience.
Web, graphic, and other designers with little to no coding experience.
Business owners and managers who want to create and manage your own website.
Anyone else who has an interest in learning how to create and manage your own website.
Future and past DaVinci Coders bootcamp students.
Responsive Web Design for Beginners | 8-weeks | Cost $1,200
Evening workshop (6:00pm-8:00pm) • monday & wednesday
Responsive Web Design for Beginners is perfect for beginners, designers without coding experience, small business owners who would like to create a website for their business or anyone else who wants to learn how to create and manage websites.
Topics covered in this workshop include:
- Text Editors
- HTML5 & CSS3
- Web Hosting
- Development Process
- Website Design & User Experience Design
- Grid-based Columns
- Responsive Media Queries
- Frameworks: Bootstrap & Foundations
- Responsive Images & Videos
- PHP & Contact Forms
- Purchasing a domain name
- Hosting your website
- Personal Portfolio Tips
Remember, this course is geared toward beginners so don’t be intimidated! If you are completely new to HTML, CSS or Responsive Web design or just looking to sharpen your skills, this workshop is for you!
The only prerequisite for this course is to have your own laptop. You will also need approximately $30 to pay for your domain name and website hosting.
STARTS: May 9, 2016
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Ben Eveloff | Senior Web Design Instructor
Ben Eveloff is a web developer, designer and digital strategist based in Denver, CO. He is currently the Lead UI/UX Designer at a Denver based startup where his focus is on designing & developing user interfaces and user flows. Prior to Ben’s current position, he founded Eveloff Media and since then has been a digital marketing consultant, front-end web developer and UI/UX designer focusing on responsive web design and development, web analytics, digital advertising, social media, SEO and online audience development. Because of this, Ben has a deep understanding of how digital strategy, design, and development work together.
Additionally, Ben spent seven years as a Communications professor, most recently at Lewis University in Romeoville, IL. At Lewis, he taught and developed courses covering website design, web applications, social media, web analytics, multimedia journalism, mobile media, and blogging. Ben also designed Lewis's new major in Interactive Media, which has been offered since the Fall 2014 semester. In addition to teaching, he has given talks on web design, web development, social media, and web analytics at a number of national and regional conferences.