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Web Development: Topics and Projects (online)

In this online continuing education course from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design, students expand on their understanding of HTML and CSS, laying a foundation for more advanced development work.

This course starts on:  Mon, Nov 7, 2022 – Fri, Dec 16, 2022

This is the third course in the Web Development course series. Students will build towards professional-grade front-end web development. Topics include: advanced layout and positioning, source control using Git and Github, modular CSS, and basic interactivity with JavaScript. Students complete a large development project for their portfolio. Students will have access to Adobe Creative Cloud software throughout the course. This course is part of the MA in Graphic and Web Design and is a graduate level course.

Open to students ages 18 and above. View complete policies.

Class Meeting Details:

This online course is asynchronous, meaning that there are no set class meeting times. Instead, the course is project-based, with 2 to 3 deadlines per week, and students can choose a time and place that works best for them to complete the work. Course activities may include readings; video demonstrations and tutorials; online discussions; projects; and critiques.

For more information on this continuing education course, or to find out how you can register, visit the MCAD Continuing Education web site:

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