Advanced Web Design

 Responsive Web design enables Web designers and developers to build and maintain a single website to serve all kinds of devices sizes: smartphones, tablets, laptops and more. Topics include the responsive design process, advanced layout and design features using the Bootstrap framework, exploration of CMS frameworks and industry standard technologies and frameworks.

Agenda

Unit 1

Responsive Web Design
*Planning your layout                           
*Creating HTML containers, content, and links
*Creating and styling the layout with CSS

Unit 2

Responsive Web Design - Styling
*Creating a menu system
*Styling headings, body text, and footers

Unit 3

Responsive Web Design – Making Adjustments
*Making layout adjustments for different screen sizes
*Swapping high-resolution graphics for Retina displays
*Making sure content is printable
*Where to go for more information

 Unit 4

Responsive Web Design / Bootstrap Framework
*What is Bootstrap
*Creating a basic template
*Reviewing basic styles and typography
*Where to go for more information

 

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Advanced Web Design
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July 3 - 28
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$595.00 USD
Next offerings:
April 3 - 28 
June 5 - 30 
August 7 - September 1 
 
$595 Certificate
$245 individual Course
 
About Your Instructors
Tonya D. Wright is an accomplished web designer and programmer with 15 years of experience in web design and leading teams developing new media marketing.
 
Marcus Lander has been building web applications since 1996 and has been a technical trainer since 1999. He has facilitated many software courses, programs and manuals over the years and his preferences tend to lean towards web application development and design.
 
 
 
Course Objectives
•        Students will explore web design concepts, the current state of the web, and technologies used on the web.
•        Students will explore advanced web page layout features and concepts.
•        Students will identify, compare and contrast, and use various scripting and mark-up languages used on the internet.
 
 
Course Outcomes
  Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:
•                  Solidify your understanding of web design concepts, the current state of the web, and technologies used on the web.
•                  Accomplish advanced web page layout features and concepts.
 
•                  Implement professional strategies for the use of various scripting and mark-up languages used on the internet.
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