CODEcamp's February session of "CSS: Designing the User Interface" begins on February 19th. Courses are 2.5 hours each Tuesday from 6pm-8:30pm for four weeks. HTML provides the structural markup for content elements, but it's CSS that controls how that element is positioned and looks onscreen. This course covers how CSS can be used to create lightweight and attractive user interfaces, and will illustrate the latest advances in CSS3. This course is aimed at designers and programmers who want to build their user interface design skills, and blends design and coding techniques.
As an Intermediate-Level course, a basic understanding of HTML and CSS is required.
Recommended prior course: Website Basics
CODEcamp is the Digital Corridor's independent learning platform designed to meet the growing demand for specialized instruction in emerging web and mobile software technologies. Courses are held at the Digital Corridor's Flagship2.