This course introduces creatives, managers, developers, and engineers to Cascading Style Sheets, the language that controls the look and feel of your application. Students will apply look and feel to existing HTML and will learn how to create and use stylesheets within their applications. This course focuses on CSS core functionality and provides the necessary foundation for our other CSS courses.
This course is designed to teach creatives, developers, and engineers who have a solid foundation in CSS how to construct complex full-page layouts. This course analyzes how to construct layouts using percentages, the box models, and floats. In addition to covering legacy layout techniques, students will gain an understanding of how to use the latest layout techniques including flexbox and the grid.
This course is designed to teach creatives, developers, and engineers who have a solid foundation in CSS how to construct responsive full-page layouts that look good in all screen sizes and on all devices. First, this course covers how to make design flexible with percentages, ems, and flexbox. Next, we move on to how to implement media queries to target specific screen sizes or devices. Students build responsive CSS layouts using the latest techniques.
This course is designed to teach creatives, developers, and engineers who have a solid foundation in CSS how to build animations. First, students learn how to transform objects and add transition effects. We then dive deep into building both 2D and 3D animations as well as animating SVG. Students are also challenged to design and build their own native CSS animations.
This course is designed to teach creatives, developers, and engineers who have a solid foundation is CSS how to improve their stylesheet code with Sass and SCSS. Sass is a scripting language that generates CSS files. In this class, students learn how to enhance the way they write CSS as well as statically pre-process stylesheets with Sass.
This course is designed to teach creatives, developers, and engineers who have a solid foundation is CSS how to improve their stylesheet code with LESS. LESS is a scripting language that statically generates CSS files. Students learn how to enhance the way they write CSS as well as statically preprocess stylesheets with LESS.
In this course, we focus on the best techniques for creating accessible and enjoyable user experiences. Designed for developers, engineers, creatives, managers, and anyone else involved in working on web projects. We'll go over the legal and ethical guidelines to consider when creating websites. Then we'll discuss how accessibility fits in with the UX design process and can enhance experiences for every user.
Make your pages semantic, responsive, and accessible with the latest HTML and CSS techniques.
Whether you're creating elements for a webpage or styling components in your app, using the most efficient HTML and CSS will help showcase your content in the best way possible.
Any of our classes can be customized to fit your specific needs. We can create the perfect HTML & CSS training course for your team. Our materials are designed to be isolated, combined, and rearranged to create the perfect class.