Web Design and Development

Web Design and development course for teens 13 – 18 years old in Saint John

During this course, students will learn how to design the entire Website using HTML and CSS and Adobe Dreamweaver.

 

web design course

Web Design and development course

Who this course is for:

This web design course is for teens who love computers, interested in Internet technology  and Web Design and want to create own Web Site.

This course does not require any level of computer knowledge and will be interesting to newcomers as to “experiences” teens.

Requirements:

For teens from 13 to 18 years old.

Students must have a laptop with Windows operation system and bring it to class.

Start time:

Fall In-Class course
September 7  – December 19, 2020. 15 weeks total.
One week tuition in a small class – $39.00


The number of students:

6 – 8 students per class.
Two teachers per class.

1:5 ratio

1:5 ratio Teacher to Student ratio, or better. All instructors are police-checked, triple-reference checked and highly trained.

Certificate of Course Completion

We provide Certificates of completion for students that complete our 40 lessons Web design course.
A Course Completion certificate says you have attended all the classes required, pass all the tests required and handed in all the work required.

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In this Web design and Development course students will learn:

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MODULE 1
Color in Web. Color Combinations

EEver wondered how designers and artists find the perfect color combination?
They use color theory. Color theory is a practical combination of art and science that’s used to determine what colors look good together. The color wheel was invented in 1666 by Isaac Newton, who mapped the color spectrum into a circle. The color wheel is the basis of color theory because it shows the relationship between colors.
In this module, students will learn about the color wheel, color theory, and how to use it for Web Design!

MODULE 2
Design.

8 Principles of Good Website Design.
The success of any website entirely depends on how its web design is. Learn these principles to help make your website the best design it can be.

MODULE 3
Hosting. How does it work? Paid and Free Hosting

Aweb hosting service is a type of Internet hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to make their website accessible via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server owned or leased for use by clients, as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for other servers located in their data center, called colocation, also known as Housing in Latin America or France.
In this module, students will learn about different types of hosting and hosting services and study how to use these services for own Web Site.

MODULE 4
Registering your domain name

R egistering a domain name gets you an official address for your web site on the World Wide Web. With this ‘official’ address, the rest of the web can find you. Like your home address is unique in the real world, there also can’t be any duplicate addresses on the Internet, otherwise, no one would know where to go! In other words, domain names are unique addresses on the web.
In this module, students learn how to choose a name for their Web site using special Internet services. Students also figure out how the Web site name will effect web site indexing. In other words, which name to choose to make the site easier to find on the Internet.

MODULE 5
HTML

H ypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language for documents designed to be displayed in a web browser. It can be assisted by technologies such as Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and scripting languages such as JavaScript. Web browsers receive HTML documents from a web server or from local storage and render the documents into multimedia web pages. HTML describes the structure of a web page semantically and originally included cues for the appearance of the document.
HTML elements are the building blocks of HTML pages. With HTML constructs, images and other objects such as interactive forms may be embedded into the rendered page.
In this HTML module course will show anyone (even a total beginner) how to build their first website and learn to code HTML

MODULE 5
WordPress

W ordPress (WordPress.org) is a content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL that is usually used with the MySQL or MariaDB database servers but can also use the SQLite database engine. Features include a plugin architecture and a template system, referred to inside WordPress as Themes. WordPress is most associated with blogging (its original purpose when first created) but has evolved to support other types of web content including more traditional mailing lists and forums, media galleries, membership sites, learning management systems (LMS) and online stores. WordPress is used by more than 60 million websites, including 33.6% of the top 10 million websites as of April 2019, WordPress is one of the most popular content management system (CMS) solutions in use.

MODULE 6
Software and Tools for Web Design

T his Module one of the most important in our course. This a guide to show you that YOU CAN create your own website, YOU CAN edit content, add images, amend files via FTP. With the help of some free and paid web design software and tools, you can do anything when it comes to web development and design. You CAN build the best website!

Course curriculum in details:

Web Development Orientation

The Web Development Process
Files and Folders
Editing Code
HTML Tags
Overview of HTML Tags
The HTML 5 Template
The Head
Formatting Content
The Coding Cycle
Compound Tags
Character Entities
Commenting and Formatting Code
Other HTML Tags
HTML Attributes and Images
Acquiring Images
Graphics File Formats
Editing Images
The img Tag
Absolute Links
Embedding Media
Relative Links
Validating Code

CSS
CSS – Styling Tags
CSS Basics, Colors and Inline Styles
Internal Style Sheets and Basic Formatting
External Stylesheets
Common Properties
Creating Effective Color Palettes
CSS – Page Layout
Classes IDs Divs Spans
The Box
Boxes in Boxes
Whitespace and Paragraph Formatting
Styling Page Divisions
Designing with Sections
Favicons
Sections and Background Colors
Background Images
Adding a Navigation Bar
Typography
Content Management Systems
Content Management Systems (CMS)
Setting up WordPress
Creating Posts
CMS Security
Creating Pages
Working with Media
Themes and Widgets

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Schedule & Tuition

Fall Semester of 2020. September 11 – December 19

2 lessons per week in one day. Each lesson  1 hours. 10 min. break.
Tuition fee:
$49.00 +HST per one week (weekly payments)
 $39.00 +HST per one week. (If you pay for the for the entire semester in two equal installments).

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Classes are held once a week in Saint John Uptown. Each class – 2 hours. 10 min. break .

Saint John office.

Study materials

As any regular classroom, your Coding for kids course begins by viewing a slide presentation and watching a video leсture or by listening to a lecture.

What time do I need to study at home?

Students have to do some home assessments for 1 – 1.5 hours once a week. As in any other class, students should take notes in their notebooks as they study the learning material.

Home assessments

Students should complete a home assessment at a convenient time before the next time and bring this assessment in class. Students will have to complete a certain number of tasks for each week of study. Most assessments are small projects on a base of previous lesson curriculum.  Larger long-term assessments (projects) to be completed at the end of each month of the study or semester.


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