Girl Develop It - Teaching Women How to Code
Websites are no longer seen only on computers. These days, people access content on their phones, their e-readers, their TVs, and even their portable gaming consoles. Designing responsively allows for the website content be seen at its best on any device. In this class, you'll learn how to make a website responsive. We'll cover best practices, common design patterns, and code.
This two-class course runs the weekend. Dates:
DAY ONE, Saturday, November 10th, 12-4pm: We'll go over what the heck "responsive design" means. We'll look at examples, learn the basics, and then dig deeper into the technical side of things. We will review best practices and common design patterns.
DAY TWO, Sunday, November 11th, 12-4pm: We'll dive right in and build a responsive page together, from the ground up.
All attendees should have intermediate HTML & CSS knowledge, and should have a laptop with HTML editing software installed. I use and recommend Sublime Text (download unlimited free trial at http://www.sublimetext.com/) but any text editor will work.
About the Instructor: Sophie Shepherd is a designer at Happy Cog in Austin. After graduating from film school, she taught herself how to code and fell in love with web design. She hasn't looked back since. When not doing web stuff, Sophie likes road trips, running, and cooking.