Our Zero to Web Designer class is the perfect starting point for future designers & developers interested in building a career in this industry. The skills covered in this workshop will help those that wish to build HTML/CSS websites for themselves & clients. Having a strong foundation with HTML/CSS is extremely useful for any career in web development, marketing, small business, etc.
Reserve your seat in the upcoming 6-week course by making your purchase here. We'll send you an email within 24 hours with a welcome message and more course details and you'll soon learn how to build web page layouts like this website!
Stop paying outside developers to make changes that you can certainly do yourself. The money you can save, and trouble trying to explain the changes to developers can pay for itself with this workshop.
In this workshop, you’ll learn how to easily build a 5, 10, 20+ page website – perfect for all the opportunities when smaller companies need a website. This workshop will help give you the technical skills, as well as soft skills like how to find clients, how much to charge, and how to build the project from start to finish.
You’ll learn how to create your own landing pages and stop having to rely on others to help you. Once you understand the basics of web design, you can easily apply it to creating custom HTML emails, too!
If you have ever considered becoming a web designer or developer but weren't exactly sure if you had what it took, then you’ll know for sure when you take this workshop. Even if you don’t want to work with clients yet, having skills where you can build websites and put content online can be an amazing skill set.
There are a number of programming bootcamps today, some as close as Denver & Boulder, that are full-time programs for developing students into software developers in as little as 6-7 months. This workshop is a great starting point as web design is typically a pre-req skill before starting the program and the instructor will help mentor you to properly prepare for the application process, as well as for the program of your choice.
Matthew Leach has built his career balancing code & design in web development and providing his knowledge in various educational tracks. He has over a decade of teaching experience at the collegiate level working with students in both on-campus and online environments. Building over 40 various college courses related to web design, writing lectures, and developing interactive materials lead him into writing and self-publishing four digital textbooks covering web development that was licensed directly to 14 colleges.
Matt worked for three years at Galvanize in Denver, Colorado teaching evening workshops, building the entire workshop curriculum, managing part-time educators across all of the campuses, and building a pathway to help students without programming knowledge with the necessary foundation for the full-time Web Development Immersive program.
Adobe recognized his contributions to higher education and he has been an Adobe Education Leader since 2011.
Jenny Allar spent eight years working in video production in metro Detroit before an interest in computer programming sparked. What started out as a curious exploration of Python turned into a complete career pivot into web development.
Jenny attended one of the first cohorts in Galvanize's Web Development program out of Boulder in 2014. Since graduating, Jenny has been working as a software engineer and instructor of evening web development classes at Galvanize. Jenny has developed material and curriculum for workshops while mentoring students from introductory evening classes through fully immersive software bootcamp programs.
When she’s not in the classroom, she enjoys doing home renovations, woodworking, and playing Mario Kart 8. Jenny is a Full-Stack Software Engineer at Techstars in Boulder.