Foundations of Web Development

An offering by AIM Institute

Foundations of Web Development is a 128-hour course where students learn the basic concepts of responsive web development.T his class is held IN PERSON two days a week one Mondays and Wednesdays at the AIM Brain Exchange.
Students are taught the value of design, how to extract details from an Adobe Photoshop design file, and some core concepts of UI (User Interface), UX (User Experience), and UCD (User-Centered Design).
For the final project, students will build a modern, single-page web application that utilizes industry best practices. By the end of this course, you will learn:
• How to work with JavaScript, jQuery, the browser, and the DOM
• The fundamentals of JavaScript, such that you can more easily learn how to work with JavaScript frameworks and libraries
•How to build a modern, single-page website using common design patterns
Career Transitioners: Have you been looking to break into the field of web development and need to learn the skills necessary to build websites from scratch and program for the web? This course is for you!
Novices/Newbies: The Foundations of Web Development course gives students with no prior coding experience the skills needed to design and build your first website using HTML/CSS and JavaScript.
Students MUST be 18 years of age or older in order to participate in this program or a senior in high school (a waiver for high school seniors will need to be signed and approved before entry into class).
• No prior coding experience required
• A Mac or PC laptop that is 3 years old or newer.

Learning Outcomes

None listed
Omaha, NE
Start Date
6th May, 2024
End Date
19th August, 2024
Start Time
5:30 PM
End Time
9:30 PM