In this course, we will develop a strong foundation and understanding of web design. We will cover HTML, CSS, and additional tools to help you develop your own website. No experience in HTML or CSS is needed to begin this course, as we will cover everything from the basics of web design to more complicated everyday design tools, such as linking and styling pages.
We will explore development tools, typography, grid systems, and everything you need to create your first portfolio website. These useful tools will help prepare you and give you the experience you need to develop and edit a website on your own, leaving you with the best practices for using HTML and CSS together.
After we explore HTML and CSS, we will then dive into other resources for web design. We will explore where you can go for the latest information on web design and discover how to continue creating your own website. We will develop a working knowledge of vender prefixes and how to continue learning about the frontend and backend of web development. This course will give you the tools you need to seek out the latest information on the ever-changing HTML and CSS practices.
I'm a PHP developer, with years of Laravel experience. I'm the founder of Codecourse, where I teach people to code with screencasts. I love breaking complicated topics down so they make sense, and can help with general advice or specific questions related to PHP, Laravel, Slim 3, Silex, Vue.js (or Vuex), HTML and CSS.
Alex GarrettFounder of Codecourse & Curriculum Developer