CSS: Designing the User Interface
CSS is the styling language of the Web. HTML provides the structural markup for content elements, but it's CSS that controls how that element is positioned and looks onscreen. This course covers how CSS can be used to create lightweight and attractive user interfaces, and will illustrate the latest advances in CSS3. This course is aimed at designers and programmers who want to build their user interface design skills, and blends design and coding techniques.
While unlikely, please note that dates are subject to change based on instructor availability and class demand. Classes must have a minimum of 6 students in order proceed and will be moved to the next available date if the minimum is not met. In such an instance, students will be notified as soon as possible.
Cost & schedule...
Mondays, 6pm - 8:30pm,
for 4 weeks
beginning Mar 25, 2013
- The DOM and the Cascade - the power-user’s guide to HTML and CSS
- Styling UI components - forms, tables, menus and more
- Creating Pages - multi-column layouts with floating, positioning, and CSS3 columns
- Professional techniques - top-down styling, CSS3 graphics, responsive design
As an Intermediate-Level course, a basic understanding of HTML and CSS is required.
Recommended prior course: Website Basics