Advanced Web Development Training Online or On-Site

Web & App Development Level 2

This Level 2 class takes a deeper look at front-end design. Focus on more advanced areas of HTML5 including CSS, Javascript, forms, advanced UI design with SVG, drawing and animation with Canvas and more. Immerse yourself in advanced web development training.

Responsive Design for Developers

Learn to create responsive, fluid websites that adapt to different device size and behaviors. Create breakpoints and custom CSS layouts. Learn complex HTML5 and CSS techniques to ensure your site adapts to tablets, phones, and desktop.

javascriptWeb Interactivity with jQuery & Javascript

Learn how to add complex and elegant web UIs with less code with jQuery in this advanced web training class. Manipulate CSS with jQuery, ensure visual consistency, and create animated drop-downs.Learn to write jQuery selectors, manipulate DOM elements, add and remove elements with appending, prepending and wrapping tags. Prerequisite: basic understanding of HTML and CSS.

Advanced Website Development Training

The internet is based on code. There are many resources that offer a “Code Free” development option, but if you don’t have at least a foundation with code, your hands are tied.

I don’t want to become a coder, what are my choices?

The internet is built on code. If you are a designer, and don’t want to learn code, there are options:

  • WordPress: Is a free Content Management System (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. You can easily apply free or purchased “Themes” to change the look and fee, and there are hundreds of plugins available.
  • Adobe Muse: Software from Adobe that enables designers to create websites in a Graphical User Interface in which no coding knowledge is required. You can develop fully responsive HTML5 websites without understanding code. Adobe’s CreativeSync integration makes it very compatible with all Adobe applications.
  • Adobe Edge Animate: Create highly interactive HTML animations for web, apps, digital publications and more. HTML5, Javascript, and CSS3, but users do not need to know those languages to be productive.

Even if I use Muse or WordPress, should I still learn some basic code?

YES! Learning even the foundation of code is incredibly helpful when working with developers.