Creating WordPress Websites
Learn how to create attractive, sophisticated blogs and websites—without any coding! WordPress is the world’s most popular content management system, powering more than 34 percent of all sites on the Internet. WordPress is an easy-to-use solution that will help you put your site on the web in far less time than by coding, and at a much lower cost than hiring a professional.
Introduction to Bootstrap 4 Training
If you’re looking to expand your web development skills, Bootstrap is an essential tool for today’s front-end developers. With today’s websites being mobile first, Bootstrap 4 has become one of today’s most widely used HTML, CSS, and JS front-end framework for developing mobile first sites. This self-paced online course will teach you how to use Bootstrap 4 like a professional web developer.
Responsive Web Design
Create websites that are intuitive, inviting, accessible, and attractive. This course will teach you to design and build fully responsive websites optimized for smartphones, tablets, and laptop/desktop viewing environments.
For web designers, understanding typography is an important aspect of creating a great User Experience. If you work in the web design field, you need to understand typography and how to apply this technique to your UI/UX projects. This self-paced course is all about typography! You will learn the rules of typography and gain a highly marketable visual communication skill.
Color plays an important role in visual communication, especially when designing websites. For web designers, understanding color theory is a key to creating a color palette for UI/UX projects. This self-paced course will teach you the fundamentals of color theory and how to apply this framework to your web design practice.
Managing Web Design Projects
This self-paced course will teach you how to manage web design projects. You’ll learn how to optimize the web design process and take your projects from concept to iteration on time and within budget. With demand for skilled web designers and developers at an all-time high, adding project management to your UI/UX toolkit is key to meeting your clients’ needs.