Learn to design your own interactive website or upgrade your skills to the latest standards and technologies as we teach you the web’s best practices on design and execution. Master the HTML5 and CSS3 languages and transform your blueprint into a responsive layout for the modern web.
No prior experience is required for this course.
What does a web developer need to know?
Start a local development environment set to your preferences.
Learn about HTML text, hyperlinks, tables, and many more delicious HTML elements.
Be introduced to the new, cool & spazzy aspects of HTML5 such as canvas, keyframe animations and responsive elements.
Dictate the presentational elements of HTML elements efficiently with cascading style sheets.
Understand how CSS works in conjunction with HTML to fully design a web page.
Learn how to call specific HTML elements with selectors.
Learn about margins, paddings, and borders - essential tools to arrange web elements relative to each other.
Position elements on a web page using page layout properties.
Learn browser dev tools that allows users to debug and edit a website's CSS and HTML on the fly.
Understand the importance of typography and learn how to implement custom typefaces to your website.
Find out what the differences between the standard measurements (em, px, pt, %) are.
Learn nifty tricks like creating drop-down navigation menus, animations and popups.
Get familiar with webpage layouts and tools used to wireframe them.
Learn how to make your design ready across today's extensive range of devices.
Apply different stylesheets across distinct viewing sizes.
Resize your existing HTML images on-the-fly for mobile devices.
Round off the course with some nifty tips and tricks from our experienced trainers.
Venus is a web design and development whiz whose tech skills extends to mobile app design.
With over three years of experience in web design & development, Venus has engineered the websites for Getting Real and App Ninja. She has also designed the mobile apps Prestige, A* Is Easy, InstantPic, Le Bistro De Paris and Pretty Sociable.
Venus’s hobbies include learning new languages, 3D modelling, and travelling all over the world. She also runs her own development company, Getting Real with her partner, Gabriel.
A programmer since the age of 16, Yuda is a front-end web developer who has developed a number of websites and web applications. When it comes to programming, he epitomises the saying: choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.
Despite the long work days at TriBox, a web development company, Yuda loves to socialise and exchange ideas with like-minded people. During his free time, Yuda enjoys playing computer games and sports with friends.
Fakhrin is an IT enthusiast who specializes in web development. He has been regularly leading both basic and advanced Joomla! CMS training.
Fluent in HTML and CSS, he does back-end development with PHP and MySQL. Fakhrin has developed websites for many clients, including Singapore Meditation Centre, Meyer Engineering, and ARTIC.
During his spare time, Fakhrin is a hard-rock singer/songwriter for a local band, Fallen Project. He plays the guitar and spends most of his time writing songs.
Kenneth specializes in web design and web standards. He has over six years of experience in developing cutting edge web solutions for both established agencies and budding companies. Currently, he leads the web development team at openlectures, and continuously pushes the boundaries of browser-related design in his spare time. He also designed and developed the website of The Pragmatic Lab.
Besides dabbling with web development, Kenneth enjoys magic, public-speaking, playing the erhu, and building 1:60 scale Gundam models.
Sayanee is a regular author at Nettuts+ where she writes about the cutting edge web technology for millions of viewers every month. She also runs a screencast at build-podcast.com and shares about technology tools with hundreds of subscribers. When not working on startup projects or learning new technology, she works on her side projects such as webuild.sg, which features open source projects from Singapore developers and hosts a live show with guests every month. On her days away from coding, she's happily reading, traveling or hitting the gym for a workout.
Hong is a Linux geek. He picked up his first programming language, Visual Basic, when he was 13. Since then, he has explored many different programming languages and frameworks, working as Project Manager/Technical Lead in his previous company, where he designed software systems and managed mobile and server developers.
He was introduced to Android in 2007, when the Android emulator was still in beta, and quickly became a fan of Android. He has since founded CodeAndroid community groups in Singapore and Malaysia to bring Android enthusiasts together. Besides Android, he also develops PHP applications for companies.
In his spare time, Hong fixes broken drivers and optimizes the Linux OS running on his Asus Zenbook and Raspberry Pi. He also runs his own development company, Hongineer.