Let’s face it - HTML and CSS are easy. HTML is a list of like 15 tags you have to remember, like paragraph and heading and div. And CSS is close enough to english that you can probably guess most of the syntax. “Hey, how do you make the color of this paragraph red?” ...... “color: red” - LOLZ. And if you can’t remember, you just google it.
* This may or may not be a blatant lie.
** As long as you actually watch the videos
To be specific, some of the wonderful offerings this course will present are below:
If any of these things sound like they might be your jam, click the big green button and prepare yourself for the time of your life : )
Finally, I want to mention that I'm 100% committed to not bullshitting you. I'm not going to tell you that this is going to be super easy to learn, or that you will come out of this class ready to make a million dollars programming the next facebook and live the fantasy life. That's just a lie, and anyone else who claims it is also lying (although sadly, it happens all the time).
What I will tell you that if you are the kind of person who is genuinely interested in this stuff, there's nothing I want more than to help you learn it. I started from scratch just the same as you, and am 100% self-taught -- I have never taken a single class on design or programming in my life. I am truly passionate about design and code, and I work on it all day and night, every day. Seriously -- even I think it's weird sometimes. Seeing somebody learn and enjoy code makes me so happy, and if you are committed, I will stop at nothing to see you succeed.
The student who shares the most amazing project will get three one-on-one code review sessions with me. This is worth at least *one million dollars* in current market prices.
Students should have basic HTML and CSS knowledge and be able to build a basic website with HTML and CSS. If you're interested in taking this class but need some light HTML/ CSS direction, these resources should get you all caught up.
Hybrid Developer (@ Carrot Creative)
Hey, I’m Jeff, and I took a very strange path to where I am now. I went to college with a music scholarship, graduated with a neuroscience degree, applied for jobs in graphic design, and ended up as a developer. I now do web dev full time at Carrot Creative, an awesome agency in DUMBO, Brooklyn....view full bio