Intro to HTML/CSS

, Chief Design Officer at Referly

Designers, developers, PMs, marketers... If you're making stuff for the web, you'll need HTML/CSS! It's where design meets engineering and is a foundational skill for front-end development that anyone can learn, especially now that there's frameworks to help get started like Bootstrap and HTML5 Boilerplate.
What you'll need:
  • a laptop - doesn't matter if it's mac or pc.
  • the Chrome browser - we'll be using its inspector tool.
  • a text editor that you're comfortable with. You can probably just use the built-in Notepad on a PC and Textedit on a Mac, but also feel free to download a free trial of either of these:
    • on a PC, get Sublime Text 2 -
    • on a Mac, you can also use Sublime Text 2. Another popular option (that I use) is Textmate - - the download is in the upper right under the subheader "30 Day Trial".
This class is suitable for beginners with no previous programming experience, as long as you're comfortable with using a text editor and web browser.
  • Intro to HTML/CSS

    Hub SOMA (Chronicle Building on Mission and 5th)

    901 Mission St.
    San Francisco, CA

    What you'll learn:
    • Intro to HTML
    • Intro to CSS
    • Setting up a basic web page from scratch
    • Working with existing web sites and apps
    • Tips for integrating designs from Photoshop and other image editors
    • Tips on hosting your work online
    Thu, May 24th, 2012

    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm PDT

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Al Abut

Chief Design Officer at Referly
Al is Chief Design Officer and cofounder of Referly, an affiliate marketing startup. Before that, he was a freelance designer specializing in product development and UX. His recent projects include overhauling the app store for Salesforce, creating a new identity management dashboard, advising early stage teams at weekly office hours, and building a prototyping tool on top of Twitter's Bootstrap framework.
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