This class is a 4-night series running on Oct 3rd, 5th, 10th & 12th from 7-9pm.
Through the course of this four-part class, you'll get a thorough introduction to HTML5 and CSS3 to build on your previous knowledge. You'll get hands-on experience working with HTML5 features like semantic elements and forms, and you'll learn new CSS3 properties and abilities including transformations and transitions. Finally, we'll dig into responsive design and browser compatibility.
You'll leave with readily-applicable skills and we'll be there to answer any questions you may have along the way! Topics covered: HTML5 elements, Advanced CSS selectors, CSS Transitions, CSS Transforms, Responsive design frameworks.
To get the most out of this class, you should have a working knowledge of basic HTML and CSS. You may have taken Intro to HTML through Girl Develop It, or maybe you have built a site for fun.
Introduction to HTML/CSS or basic HTML/CSS experience. There are many resources to learn HTML online, including this free course from Code Academy.
Your laptop and charger. Note: A netbook or tablet is NOT a substitute.
A modern browser: either Chrome with the "Web Developer" extension or Firefox with Firebug installed.
A text editor. We recommend Sublime Text 2 (free; available for both Mac and PC).
This 4-class course runs on the following schedule:
Class 1, HTML & CSS Review/Intro to HTML5: Monday, October 3, 7-9pm
Class 2, Intro to CSS3: Wednesday, October 5, 7-9pm
Class 3, Advances in HTML5: Monday, October 10, 7-9pm
Class 4, Intro to Responsive Design & Compatibility: Wednesday, October 12, 7-9pm
Note: When you register, you MUST provide your first and last name for security.
There are no refunds or make-ups for this course. If you end up being unable to attend any or all of these dates, the entire amount of your tuition will be donated to our scholarship fund to help other women who need financial assistance. Thank you for understanding.
We offer needs-based scholarships for people interested in taking this course who may not be able to afford the registration fee. Apply here
All attendees are expected to abide by the Girl Develop It Code of Conduct.
About the Instructor:
Shea Molloy has worked in difference aspects of product and digital design for 7 years, beginning as identity and concept designer at various college start-ups. After several years of freelancing, she settled into a small creative agency located in Tribeca called rayogram where she works mostly in usability and user experience. In addition to teaching with GDI, Shea enjoys going to hackathons, running and dancing.
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