Website Design (Front-end)

 

Have you ever looked at your favorite website and wondered exactly what made it tick? Have you looked at the way it was laid out, the way the buttons acted when you clicked them, or any other part and thought, “I wonder how complicated that is?” or, “I wish I could do that”?

All of those things are front end development. While web design is the way a website looks, front end development is how that design actually gets implemented on the web.

Front end developers use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to code the website and web app designs created by web designers. The code they write runs inside the user’s browser (as opposed to a back end developer, whose code runs on the web server). Think of it a little like this: the back end developer is like the engineer who designs and creates the systems that make a city work (electricity, water and sewer, zoning, etc.), while the front end developer is the one who lays out the streets and makes sure everything is connected properly so people can live their lives (a simplified analogy, but you get the rough idea). They’re also in charge of making sure that there are no errors or bugs on the front end, as well as making sure that the design appears as it’s supposed to across various platforms and browsers.

Join this course if you want to:

  • learn HTML, CSS & JavaScript for website design
  • learn wire framing in Photoshop for website design
  • learn jQuery for website design
  • learn Bootstrap for website design

Duration: 2 months

This course offers:

  • paid internship and job placements for deserving students
  • 1 domain name and 500 MB
  • Certificate of achievement