GDI is hosting another HTML/CSS course due to overwhelming demand! If you're just learning to code, interested in web development, comfortable with CMSs like Wordpress and Tumblr but craving more control, this is the class for you!
We will guide you through the basics of HTML and CSS, give you some readily-applicable skills, and answer any questions you may have along the way. This is an introductory course that covers the basics of building a website. There are no prerequisites--this is our intro-level course.
Join us for this course or the next!
Because we must have the class list in advance, registration closes the day before this class.
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. UPDATE: Scholarship applications are now closed. Scholarship winners will be notified one week before the class starts.
This 4-class HTML/CSS course runs back-to-back on Monday/Thursday for two consecutive weeks:
Class 1, Introduction to HTML: Mon April 25th, 7-9pm
Class 2, Introduction to CSS: Thurs April 28th, 7-9pm
Class 3, HTML, beyond the basics: Mon May 2nd, 7-9pm
Class 4, CSS, layouts and formatting: Thurs May 5th, 7-9pm
Please install the following free software prior to class (if you run into problems, we will help you at the beginning of our first session):
2) Sublime Text 2 (If you have a text editor like Atom, Textmate, etc, you're welcome to use that. Word processors like Microsoft Word and Pages cannot be used.)
You can take a sneak peek at the material here: http://www.girldevelopit.com/materials. Look for the HTML and CSS core curriculum.
SLACK CHANNEL: GDI NYC now has a Slack channel! We encourage all of our members to join and chat about your class topic, your projects, your favorite cat videos, etc. You can sign up here!
POLICIES & GUIDELINES:
All attendees are expected to abide by the Girl Develop It Code of Conduct.
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.