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Web Design Class for High School Students

High school and middle school students in the web design course learn first-hand how websites are designed and created, and explore what makes a good user experience. Led by professional web designers, students discover the principles of successful UX (user experience) design, exercise creative project planning, create beautiful visual designs, and bring their designs to life in a final interactive website. No prior design or coding experience is necessary for this program.

The web design course for high school students and middle school students also includes the basics of the language behind the web, HTML and CSS, along with planning and visual design aspects of web design.  Students interested in more experience with web programming should consider the Web Development Summer Program, either separately, or as a next step upon completion of this course. This web design class is offered for one week only each year in the summer.

Web design course for high school and middle school students topics:

  • What makes a good website
  • Designing a great user experience
  • Structuring a website’s content
  • Principles of strong visual design
  • Typography on the web
  • Preparing images for the web
  • Creative problem-solving in web projects
  • Introduction to HTML and CSS

Apps used for the web design class for high school students:

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Balsalmiq Mockups
  • Code editing such as Sublime Text or Notepad++
  • Adobe Muse

By the end of the web design course, students will have gained:

  • Knowledge of UX (user experience) and visual design principles
  • Basic knowledge of HTML/CSS and how websites work
  • Insight into the opportunities and challenges of a career in web design
  • A final website showcasing their work

Web Design Class - Sample Daily Schedule

9:00 am to 9:15 am - Arrive at AGI

9:30 am - Workshops start: learn new topics and techniques

10:00 am - Complete practice exercises

10:45 am - Morning break

11:00 am - Learn new topics and techniques

11:45 pm - Project planning

12:30 pm - Lunch

1:30 pm - Individual or collaborative project work

3:00 pm - Afternoon break

3:15 pm - Complete, review and share projects

4:00 pm - Class ends for the day

Questions about this class? Call us at: 781-376-6044.

Web Design Class for High School Students - Summer Program Course Dates

All classes in Boston, New York City, and Philadelphia start at 9:30 a.m. and end at 4:30 p.m.
and are led by a live instructor in the same classroom with you.
All online classes are led by a live instructor and run from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

Course Title Course Dates Course Location Fee Register
Web Design Class for High School Students - Summer Program

Boston

American Graphics Institute
Boston
American Graphics Institute
AGI Training Boston
120 Presidential Way
Boston - Woburn, MA 01801
2018-03-16 11:12:46 $895.00

Web design course for high school and middle school students topics:

  • What makes a good website
  • Designing a great user experience
  • Structuring a website’s content
  • Principles of strong visual design
  • Typography on the web
  • Preparing images for the web
  • Creative problem-solving in web projects
  • Introduction to HTML and CSS

Apps used for the web design class for high school students:

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Balsalmiq Mockups
  • Code editing such as Sublime Text or Notepad++
  • Adobe Muse

By the end of the web design course, students will have gained:

  • Knowledge of UX (user experience) and visual design principles
  • Basic knowledge of HTML/CSS and how websites work
  • Insight into the opportunities and challenges of a career in web design
  • A final website showcasing their work

Web Design Class - Sample Daily Schedule

9:00 am to 9:15 am - Arrive at AGI

9:30 am - Workshops start: learn new topics and techniques

10:00 am - Complete practice exercises

10:45 am - Morning break

11:00 am - Learn new topics and techniques

11:45 pm - Project planning

12:30 pm - Lunch

1:30 pm - Individual or collaborative project work

3:00 pm - Afternoon break

3:15 pm - Complete, review and share projects

4:00 pm - Class ends for the day

There are no prerequisites for this course. It is open to high school students and middle school students ages 13 to 18. Computers are provided for use during the course.

Participants receive comprehensive curriculum for this class developed by the Adobe Certified Instructors at AGI who are the authors of more than 50 books on digital design. AGI instructors have created many of the official training guides and books for Adobe Systems.

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AGI's team of experienced instructors are led by the design and usability expert and best-selling author of more than 20 books including Creative Cloud for Dummies, Creative Suite for Dummies, and Photoshop Digital Classroom. Classes are led by experienced UX professionals who have extensive professional and training experience, and also work in our UX consulting practice