This web programming class for high school students focuses primarily on the coding and development aspects of the web site creation. For students interested in gaining experience with user experience (UX) and visual design for the web, the web design summer course is a great option to take either on its own, or prior to enrollment in this course. This web programming class is offered for one week only each year in the summer.
Web programming course topics covered:
Web programming course applications used (all supplied in-class):
By the end of the week, web programming students will have gained:
Web Programming 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 12 to 18.
You will receive a comprehensive course manual for this class developed by the instructors at American Graphics Institute, who are the authors of more than 50 books.
AVAILABLE DELIVERY METHODS FOR THIS CLASS
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AGI's team of experienced instructors are led by Jennifer Smith 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 professionals who have extensive professional and training experience.