The web developer series is over, but we are revamping our web developer and IT-related classes at WSU Downtown. We'd like to know what you're looking for.
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The open web is the largest technology platform and it touches almost every aspect of our lives. Come learn the languages that power this platform: HTML and CSS. In this class you will learn the potential of HTML and CSS and how to better leverage the open web as a platform. Learn how to improve and create a consistent design for your own or your company's website.
Responsive Web Design
Smart phones and tablets have made viewing websites much easier from wherever you are. Although the majority of websites in the U.S. today are viewed using a desktop computer with a large screen, that majority is quickly shifting in favor of a mobile device.
Responsive web design is a technique that will prepare you for this fast-approaching future by allowing your website adapt to any screen size using html and css.
This course covers the techniques used in responsive design including media queries, fluid layouts, responsive typography, and the responsive design process.
Prerequisites: Working knowledge of HTML as well as an understanding of HMTL5; Solid understanding of CSS as well as an understanding of CSS3
Mobile Development for Android
Introduction to developing applications for Android mobile devices. Students will use the Eclipse IDE in conjunction with the Android SDK. Students will gain advanced experience in Java and XML as they develop mobile applications both individually and as members of a development team.
Prerequisites: Intermediate Programming Experience.