What are HTML and CSS? If you've been curious about this technology, but aren't sure where to start, this is the workshop for you! During this two-hour, beginner-friendly workshop, students will learn to identify the different components that make up a website, and jump right into modifying some basic code for their own website.
Detroit Public Library (Main Branch) - TLC Lab
This course will be taught by Nicole Rodriguez.
Nicole is co-organizer of Girl Develop It Detroit, and works for Appirio as a UX Engineer. With a 17-year background in graphic design and front-end development, she's watched in awe as web technologies have evolved into the beautiful, adaptive websites and apps we rely on everyday. She is passionate about creating intuitive user experiences, as well as continuous learning and teaching.
Metered street parking on Cass, Woodward, Putnam and Kirby Avenues. Free parking in the library staff lot on the south side of the Main Library, all day on Saturdays. Lot is accessible from Putnam Avenue via Cass Avenue. Customers must then use either the Cass or the Woodward entrance.
WHAT TO BRING:
We will be using the library's computer lab, so no need to bring a laptop. Pen & paper for taking notes are recommended.
We're here to help! If you have additional questions or would like to talk further before signing up for a class, please contact Erika Carlson (firstname.lastname@example.org).