Web sites aren't just seen on stationary desktop monitors anymore. We use our phones, tablets, e-readers, TVs and more to view to view the web. When we're designing for the web we need to consider these things too! In this class you'll learn the basics of what it takes to make a web site responsive. We'll look at common design patterns used in responsive design and how you can apply them to your own work.
This class will be taught by our guest teacher: Val Head
This is a one day workshop on Saturday, June 29th. The class runs from 9:15am-4:30pm.
We will have an hour break for lunch around noon. Lunch is not included in the cost of class. There is a Panera Bread and a Jimmy John's close by in Bakery Square.
Prerequisites: Experience with HTML and CSS. Some experience building web sites would be great too, but not required. If you're not sure if the class is a good fit for you, please email us and we'll help you decide.
Students are required to bring their own laptop for classes. If you do not have a laptop, please contact us at [masked] before registering, and we’ll try to find you a loaner for class.
Please set up the following on your laptop prior to class:
- A web browser (we recommend Chrome or Firefox)
- A text editor you feel comfortable using to write CSS and HTML
- Optional: image editing software (photoshop or similar)
Please arrive for class on time, so we can get the most out of the time we have. :)
If you are interested in attending, but cannot afford the full class cost, please fill out our scholarship form.
Please pay for the class when you RSVP. If you cannot pay now, please contact us before RSVPing.