Mark Your Calendar: February Web Design Training

Looking for easy ways to build your interactive design skills? February is the perfect month to do it, thanks to a jam-packed agenda of online web design training presented by top experts in the field. Here are the online classes and workshops—ranging from 1-hour web tutorials to 1-month coding workshops—we have lined up for you this month:

February 11: Introduction to Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, presented by Brian Wood
This 2-week online interactive design workshop will teach you how to build interactive apps for iPad using your existing InDesign skills plus Adobe’s comprehensive digital publishing toolkit. An ideal workshop for print designers seeking to leverage their talents in the interactive design world.

February 18: HTML/CSS Coding Bootcamp, taught by Patrick McNeil
If you want to learn how to write code for your web design projects, this 7-day bootcamp is a great introduction to web coding. Ideal for print designers transitioning to web design.

February 21: How to Define the ‘User’ in User Experience, presented by Jose Caballer
This one-hour online design tutorial offers web designers insights into identifying users, defining their level of familiarity with websites and creating website designs that match user experiences and goals. Register by February 15 and save 60%.

February 25:  Principles of HTML, CSS and JavaScript, taught by Patrick McNeil
This 4-week basic web design course introduces you to the languages of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Learn how the three code languages work together, and understand how to build a website design to accommodate HTML, CSS and JavaScript functionality.

February 25:  Coding for Designers: HTML and CSS, taught by Patrick McNeil
This 4-week web design course dives deeper than Patrick’s February 18 coding bootcamp. You’ll learn some basic combinations of HTML and CSS and start building common website layout elements.

February 25:  Coding for Designers: JavaScript and jQuery, taught by Patrick McNeil
Get a complete immersion into two technologies that power most of the functionality we see on the web: JavaScript and jQuery. Learn what they are, how they work, and how you can use them. This is not a workshop for developers; it’s geared toward helping web designers understand the code and how they can harness it to create beautiful website designs.

If you plan to take several courses from HOW Design University in the coming weeks, you might consider a Design VIP membership, which offers 10% discounts on web design training, plus print + digital subscriptions to HOW and Print magazines and a bunch of other money-saving benefits. 

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