Are you someone that is interested to know how websites work? Perhaps you have creative flair and are interested in creating your own website but you just don’t know where or how to start. Our Junior Web Designer course is the stepping stone you need to become a website designer.
Website Design involves the manipulation of the visual elements of a website whilst ensuring it is user friendly. Web designers use web languages to communicate with the computers browser to create unique platforms which we call websites.
In this Junior Web Designer course you will have the opportunity to understand and learn these languages so that you will have the necessary skills to create a website. These web languages include HTML and CSS which are used in front-end web design. The course also covers topics such as file transfer protocol, adding CSS, an introduction to HTML, text editors and adding files.
Once you have completed this course, the sky is the limit, as Web Designer roles start at a junior level with salaries from £20,000 pa, up to senior level Web Design/Developers who command salaries in excess of £50,000 pa. If you would like to find out more about how to become a web designer then keep reading.
This course aims to ensure that once students have completed the course they will have obtained the relevant skills and knowledge to create a well-functioning website using HTML and CSS. If you're looking into how to becoming a Junior Web Designer then this course is the career boost you need!
What you will learn:
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Why study online?
Technological improvements and advances in educational design mean that studying online is no longer just a low cost alternative to traditional training methods. In many respects our online courses offer training which is superior to the majority of available “classroom” options.
Not only is the effectiveness of the training process enhanced, but also the convenience and overall cost efficiency of studying online makes it a compelling option for training. You can learn at your own pace and can repeat each section as many times as required unlike in a classroom environment.
Studying at your own pace, rewinding and going over the material as often as you need improves your long-term memory retention and makes studying more rewarding.
Curriculum for the New to Web Design course:
Module 1: How Internet and Web Design Work
Part 1 - Introduction
Part 2 - Connections
Part 3 - Data
Part 4 - Servers
Part 5 - IP Address
Part 6 - DNS
Part 7 - Web Browsers
Module 2: The Tools of the Trade
Part 1 - Text Editors
Part 2 - File Transfer Protocol
Module 3: Coding our first website
Part 1 - What is Coding?
Part 2 - Introduction to HTML
Part 3 - Adding CSS
Part 4 - Adding Files
Part 5 - Folder Structure
Module 4: Cascading Style Sheets
Part 1 - CSS Background
Part 2 - CSS Colours
Part 3 - CSS Font Family
Part 4 - CSS Typo @fontface
Part 5 - CSS Margin
Please note that the official exam is not included, however for those who complete the course, they will receive a completion certificate upon request.
Who is this course for?
Anyone that has an interest in starting a career in web design.
There are no formal requirement for studying this course.
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