Top Web Design Courses

Find the perfect Web Design course for you. We’ve found 177 courses available in-person or live online with class duration ranging from 3 hours to 50 weeks and pricing ranging from $99 to $19,974.

  • General Assembly: Getting Started with Wordpress

    This WordPress course is a beginner-friendly workshop designed for individuals who aspire to launch a website or improve an existing website with WordPress. Students who participate in this workshop will discover the differences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org, learn how to create and update content in WordPress, uncover the many themes and how to customize them, and get comfortable using other tools like plugins and widgets.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $99
    • 3 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
  • Noble Desktop: Web & Visual Design Certificate Sponsored

    In this 120-hour certificate program, participants will learn the skills needed to become a web designer and front-end web developer. Students will learn to build webpages with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code, design webpages with Sketch, and review visual design concepts and best practices. Participants will learn developer tools such as Git to collaborate with developers, modern web technologies such as Flexbox, Grid, and Bootstrap to efficiently create responsive websites, and how to build HTML emails. Attendees will develop their own portfolio site and learn the design and coding skills needed to start a career in web design. The program includes a free retake and several step-by-step workbooks.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $4,995
    • 120 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop: Web Design Certificate Sponsored

    In this 90-hour certificate program, participants will learn the skills needed to become a website designer and front-end web developer. Students will learn to build webpages with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as well as how to design webpages with Sketch. Participants will learn developer tools such as Git to collaborate with developers, modern web technologies such as Flexbox, Grid, and Bootstrap to efficiently create responsive websites, and how to build HTML emails. Attendees will learn the skills needed to start a career in web design. The program includes a free retake and each course includes a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $3,800
    • 90 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Nashville Software School: Front-End Web Designer/Developer Bootcamp

    Transition to success with this six-month front-end web designer bootcamp. Participants use tools like UX design, UI design, and browser code to completely develop a full spectrum of front-end designer skills. Front-end design concentrates on the internet user’s experience. That means researching problems, gathering data, and developing solutions. As for user experience, in addition to UX and UI, participants master CSS, HTML, AJAX, jQuery, JSON, and JavaScript to create a responsive design in a competent framework. Other key concepts include source control and collaborative development.

    Locations:
    • Nashville
    • $12,500
    • 6 Months, 35 hr/wk
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • Ledet Training: Adobe Creative Cloud Web 501

    Dive into the Adobe Creative Cloud in this three-day, introductory-level course. Students become proficient in key platforms like Fireworks, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Flash. After a brief overview, the fast-paced curriculum moves on to workflow management, real-world techniques and tips, web development, site creation, and interactive elements. Fireworks topics include vector graphics, masking, and symbols; Photoshop topics include drawing, retouching, and feathering; Flash topics include panel groups, timeline, and merge functions; Dreamweaver topics include code navigation, design layout, and CSS/HTML starter pages.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Los Angeles
    • Houston
    • San Diego
    • Washington, D.C.
    + 9 more
    • $1,599
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Ledet Training: Open Source Section 508 Accessibility

    Create and manage accessible websites in this two-day, intermediate level Web Accessibility/Section 508 course. Developers, web designers, and other stakeholders learn Section 508 standards and the skills necessary for full compliance. Specific topics include understanding the need for compliance and accessibility, toolbars, navigation, image maps, multimedia, forms, tables, JavaScript accessibility, and a CSS overview.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Los Angeles
    • Houston
    • San Diego
    • Washington, D.C.
    + 9 more
    • $899
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • American Graphics Institute: Creative Cloud Training Class for Web Design

    This 1-day program provides students with a comprehensive overview of the use of Adobe Creative Cloud for creating web designs. Students will receive a copy of the Creative Cloud Digital Classroom book, which provides a guide for the class, and a reference for after completing the course. This course provides a survey of the tools used for web design, including Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and more.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $1,495
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • School of Visual Concepts: Accessibility for Websites and Apps

    Create and manage fully accessible apps and websites in this three-hour beginner course. Most people agree digital accessibility is important, yet most people also lack the skills to make such designs a reality. So, this course covers practical design areas, such as how accessibility barriers affect people with disabilities, available accessibility tools, applicable legal and technical standards, like the Americans with Disabilities Act and WCAG Accessibility Guidelines, common issues, and building an inclusive design practice.

    Locations:
    • Seattle
    • $425
    • 3 Hours
    • Weekends
    • Beginner
  • headTrix, Inc.: Web Design Certificate

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Live Online
    • $4,200
    • 78 Hours
    • See provider
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Sonic Training: Flash/Animate Introduction & Intermediate

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Orange County
    • Sacramento
    • San Francisco
    • San Jose
    + 1 more
    • $595
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Sonic Training: Fireworks - Introduction

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Orange County
    • Sacramento
    • San Francisco
    • San Jose
    + 1 more
    • $595
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Sonic Training: XML Document Design

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Orange County
    • Sacramento
    • San Francisco
    • San Jose
    + 1 more
    • $595
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
    • $1,295
    • 3 Days
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • General Assembly: UX Design Course

    This beginner UX course is a 40-hour in-person or online program aimed at giving students the fundamentals to succeed in the fast-paced field of UX. The course curriculum covers a range of important UX topics, including user experience research, content strategy, wireframing, prototyping, and usability testing. Students build skills quickly through GA's hands-on approach, and students will build experience with two of the most common platforms in the industry: Sketch and Invision. Graduates of the program walk away with a capstone project in addition to foundational skills required to start a career in UX design.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $3,950
    • 40 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
  • General Assembly: UX Design Immersive

    This UX design course is designed to help individuals with little to no UX experience learn the common tools and concepts to launch their UX career. Through their blended learning model, students will be able to hone their UX design skills through 20 hours of introductory lessons, in-class project work, and though the support of a devoted career coach. Students in this course will start their UX journeys by learning the foundations and fundamentals in UX, like the design process, affinity mapping, rapid prototyping, and usability testing. As the course progresses, students will switch to UI foundations, design iteration and development, and best practices when working with a product team. The program concludes with UX's real-world implications, like working with clients and projects, as well as a final stage dedicated entirely to career planning and building your personal brand.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $14,950
    • 12 Weeks
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • General Assembly: User Experience Design Bootcamp

    This UX design bootcamp is a beginner-friendly 1-day workshop designed for individuals hungry to learn UX basics. In this hands-on workshop, students will work alongside experts to learn how humans engage with websites, discover who the key players are in the field of UX, and work through a design thinking exercise. Students will also practice various aspects of UX, including the design, research, sketching, and testing skills needed to succeed on any UX team.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $250
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
  • General Assembly: Product Design Bootcamp

    This 2-day product design course is a beginner-friendly bootcamp designed for individuals aiming to learn the full scope of the product development and design lifecycle. In this hands-on bootcamp, students will be introduced to a range of sessions to provide students with a richer understanding of the product design journey. On day one, students learn UX fundamentals, story mapping, concept validation, storytelling methods, and more. Day two picks up with concept pitched, design fundamentals and heuristics, UI patterns, sketching, prototyping, prototype design, and testing, and concludes with student presentations.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $374
    • 14 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute: UX Design Course: UX Design Principles

    This stand-alone UX design course is made for designers, developers, business analysts, and product managers looking to get started with UX design. Students will learn key UX design concepts, start sketching apps or websites, create prototypes and wireframes, and starting user testing in this project-based UX course.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $695
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute: UX Class: Rapid Prototyping

    This rapid prototyping course benefits creating websites and applications. This course teaches you how to reduce build time while improving user experience. This expansive 1-day course is great for anyone in the design field because it focuses on process rather than platform. The information is beneficial whether creating iOS apps, Android, Windows, Mac OS, Chrome, or HTML5. Our 1-day class is quick, dynamic and allows attendees to create and follow-through a project from start to prototype. Students can choose an app, website, or focus on a work-related project for this class. Many companies organize group training for this topic and set up teams of 5.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $495
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute: User Experience for Mobile Devices and Touch Screens

    Creating a successful UX for mobile and touch devices require designers to consider the lifestyle of each potential user. This mobile UX workshop teaches students to map out specific uses and scenarios and then to align those findings to the UI. Students will create and align a feature set, specific to mobile use, and then bring it to life in sketches, wireframes, paper, and interactive prototypes.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $495
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute: Information Architecture for Application & Web Design

    A well-planned information architecture (IA) for websites and apps is the foundation for a functional website or app. Information architecture is often overlooked which leads to confusing site layouts and inaccessible content. This dynamic course teaches students not only how to create a useful and engaging IA and provides insight into user research, scenarios, features, and user priorities.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $495
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute: UX Certificate

    In the UX Certificate program you'll learn how to organize and present information and navigation in an engaging and easy to use way. The course covers the use of UX design tools and is great for those designing on multiple devices. This program starts from the basic principles of UX design and covers UX for mobile devices, rapid prototyping, Sketch, Adobe XD, Photoshop, responsive web design, and more. Students will work in the the tools to learn the skills and start building their UX design portfolio in this project-based certificate program.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Live Online
    • $4,800
    • 105 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Ironhack: UX/UI Design bootcamp (Full-time)

    In this 9-week full-time UX/UI Immersive bootcamp, you will learn how to conduct user research, communicate designs through wireframes and prototypes, and use the latest software tools. Participants learn best practices for design methods and frameworks, presenting design projects, using Sketch to create wireframes and mockups, and interviewing users to iterate/optimize your design. Finally, you will pitch your product to your peers and work with web developers to realize your vision.You will complete three projects to add to your portfolio and work with students from web development to actualize your vision for the capstone project.

    Locations:
    • Miami
    • $12,500
    • 9 Weeks, 40 hr/wk
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • Ironhack: UX/UI Design Part-time

    This 24-week part-time UX/UI Design Bootcamp teaches you design principles, evaluation, and implementing your ideas into a real product. The course begins with 40-hours of prework where you'll learn about basic HTML/CSS, site evaluations, and design principles. The course itself is divided into three modules. The first module focuses on understanding user experience where you'll learn how to conduct interviews to gain insight on the needs of your users or business. The second module focuses on designing user interfaces. You'll learn how to design original ideas and wireframe using software. The last module will bring UX and UI together so you can design a single page website from scratch and showcase your talents to your peers in a "Hackshow".

    Locations:
    • Miami
    • $13,000
    • 24 Weeks, 12 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
  • Wyncode: UX / UI Immersive

    In this 10-week full-time UX/UI Immersive bootcamp, you will learn how to conduct user research, communicate designs through wireframes and prototypes, and use the latest software tools. You will complete three projects to add to your portfolio and work with students from web development to actualize your vision for the capstone project.

    Locations:
    • Miami
    • $15,000
    • 10 Weeks
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • Devmountain: User Experience Design Immersive

    User Experience Design Immersive is a 13-week full-time program that will teach you UX research, prototyping, information architecture, design principles, and animation using industry standard software. You will complete three projects and build your portfolio during your course. The most unique aspect of this course is that housing will be provided for the duration of the course if you need a place to stay.

    Locations:
    • Salt Lake City
    • $9,900
    • 13 Weeks, 40 hr/wk
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • Devmountain: UX Design Remote

    UX Design Remote course is a 13-week full-time program that is taught online. A live instructor will lead the class but you can learn from home. Admissions will assess whether remote learning will be a good fit for you. The course will cover wireframes, design principles, informational architecture, prototyping, and animation. You will complete three projects and build your portfolio to showcase your talents to potential employers.

    Locations:
    • Live Online
    • $7,900
    • 13 Weeks, 40 hr/wk
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • Devmountain: UX Bootcamp Part-Time

    UX Design After-Hours Bootcamp is a 16-week part-time program designed for busy professionals who can't attend a full-time course. The program covers how to conduct research interviews, prototypes, prototyping tools, informational architecture, visual design principles, and animation. You will complete three projects and add your work to a portfolio that you can showcase to potential employers.

    Locations:
    • Salt Lake City
    • $7,900
    • 16 Weeks, 9 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
  • Devmountain: UX Design Part-Time Remote

    UX Design Part-Time Remote course is a 16-week program designed for busy professionals who can't commit to a full-time course. The remote course will teach you how to conduct research interviews, prototypes, prototyping tools, informational architecture, visual design principles, and animation. You will complete three projects and add your work to a portfolio that you can showcase to potential employers.

    Locations:
    • Live Online
    • $7,900
    • 16 Weeks, 9 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
  • Thinkful: UX/UI Design Immersion

    UX/UI Design Immersion course is a 5-month full-time program that will prepare you to be a UX/UI designer. You will learn how to prototype using software and wireframes to visualize how your app will flow. You will also learn how to work as a team and partner up with your peers to develop and present your work as a team. Unlike most courses, you'll have to decide whether you will specialize in UX or UI in module 4. You will create a capstone project that will incorporate what you've learnt and showcase your speciality that will stand you apart from your peers. This course also comes with a tuition guarantee if you don't find a job within 6 months after graduation.

    Locations:
    • Live Online
    • $12,150
    • 5 Months, 40 hr/wk
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • Thinkful: UX/UI Design Flex

    UX/UI Design Flex course is a 6-month part-time program that is fully online. You can enroll anytime and immediately have access to their learning materials for free for 15-days. Afterwards, you can decide whether you wish to continue by choosing a payment plan that fits you best. This course also comes with a tuition guarantee if you don't find a job within 6 months after graduation. You will learn how to prototype, conduct research interviews, create wireframes, and design principles to help you think and speak like a designer. This course comes with a tuition guarantee if you can't land a job within 6 months of graduation.

    Locations:
    • Live Online
    • $7,000
    • 6 Months, 25 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
    • Money-back guarantee
  • The Tech Academy: UI/UX Designer Bootcamp Full-Time

    UI/UX Designer Bootcamp Full-Time program teaches you how to be a full-stack developer with knowledge in design best practices. This course covers several coding languages like HTML/CSS, JavaScript, and Python. Once you know how to code, it'll transition to UX/UI related lessons such as Photoshop, animation, wireframes, and prototyping. The full-time program will give you 15-weeks of access to its learning platform.

    Locations:
    • Portland
    • Salt Lake City
    • $13,307
    • 15 Weeks
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • The Tech Academy: UI/UX Designer Bootcamp Part-Time

    UI/UX Designer Bootcamp Part-Time program teaches you how to be a full-stack developer with knowledge in design best practices. This course covers several coding languages like HTML/CSS, JavaScript, and Python. Once you know how to code, it'll transition to UX/UI related lessons such as Photoshop, animation, wireframes, and prototyping. The full-time program will give you 28-weeks of access to its learning platform.

    Locations:
    • Portland
    • Salt Lake City
    • $19,974
    • 28 Weeks
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
  • Noble Desktop: UX & UI Design Certificate Sponsored

    In this 72-hour certificate program, participants will learn the skills needed to become a user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) designer. Students will learn industry-standard apps such as Sketch and the fundamentals of Photoshop and Illustrator. Students will explore the UX theory of user-centered design, including user research, prototyping, user testing, and more. Students will also discover UI concepts, which focus on web design standards, color, composition, typography, UI best practices, and more. Attendees will learn the skills needed to start a career as a UX and UI designer and walk away with projects they can use in a portfolio to show prospective employers or clients. The program includes a free retake and several step-by-step workbooks.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $2,995
    • 72 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop: UX Design Bootcamp Sponsored

    In this 30-hour class, participants will learn about user experience (UX) design theory and best practices as they complete a variety of projects. Students will learn about user engagement (how to perform user interviews, create user personas and scenarios), concept development (creating user flows and wireframing), the interactive process of prototyping and testing, and client engagement (matching business goals and design recommendations). Attendees will learn about user-centered design as they work on projects in order to solidify topics covered throughout the bootcamp. The class includes a free retake and a slide deck with useful info, links, and helpful tips and tricks.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $1,495
    • 30 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop: UX Design in a Day Sponsored

    Learn about the UX design process in this introductory 1-day UX workshop. Participants with review user research, product requirements, information architecture, sketching and wireframing, prototyping, and usability testing. The course is geared towards designers looking to dabble in UX or aspiring UX designers seeking a broad overview.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $325
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • LearningFuze: Part-Time UI/UX Bootcamp

    Part-Time UI/UX Program is a 12-week course that meets 3 times a week. It is designed to meet in-person but you can take it remotely pending approval. You can choose to take the UI or UX module together or separately. You will learn how to use tools like Invision, Adobe XD, and Figma to prototype your work. You'll develop a portfolio throughout this course to showcase to potential employers.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • $7,990
    • 12 Weeks, 15 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
  • UCLA Extension: User Experience Certificate

    Keep users coming back with the skills you learn in this five-class program which leads to a UX (User Experience) certificate. These classes use a multidisciplinary approach to strengthen professional skills which have long been undervalued, such as user research and personas, in both physical and virtual environments. Students with absolutely no background learn to effectively use platforms like Adobe XD, InVision, Sketch, Principle, and Axure in User Experience I: Survey, User Experience II: Iteration, User Experience III: Software, User Experience IV: Applied, and User Experience V: Capstone. Students may choose almost any elective to complete the six-course battery. Popular choices include Mentorship, Design Thinking, and Code Literacy.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • $6,310
    • See provider
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • Nashville Software School: UI & UX For Digital Product Design

    Improve user experiences with this four-month UI/UX digital design workshop. The material familiarizes students with concepts like locating and retaining customers, interactive design graphic design translation, CSS/HTML basics, prototyping, project planning, implementation techniques, and presentation methods. The syllabus revolves around the four Ds of digital design. Discovery means product and consumer research, designs must be functional and visibly appealing, development hinges on a mastery of programming languages and design concepts, and delivery involves scoping the project, interfacing with stakeholders, and defending designs. Recent high school graduates or transitioning professionals with backgrounds in marketing, technology, or design are well-suited for this workshop.

    Locations:
    • Nashville
    • $2,500
    • 4 Months, 3 hr/wk
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
  • Rice University Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Houston
    • $11,495
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • University of Denver Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Denver
    • $10,995
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • University of Utah Professional Education Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Salt Lake City
    • See provider
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • UT Austin Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Austin
    • $11,995
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • UofT SCS Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Toronto
    • $10,500
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • UTSA Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • San Antonio
    • See provider
    • 24 Weeks
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • Columbia Engineering Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • $13,495
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • Georgia Tech Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • $10,000
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • UCF Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Orlando
    • $10,995
    • 24 Weeks, 9 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • GW Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Washington, D.C.
    • $10,000
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • Berkeley Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • San Francisco
    • $12,495
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • University of Minnesota Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Minneapolis
    • $10,995
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • University of Arizona Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Phoenix
    • $9,995
    • 24 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • University of Oregon Boot Camps: UX/UI Boot Camp

    This immersive program teaches the foundational skills of UX/UI in 24 weeks. Students will learn about information architecture, persona creation, and qualitative/quantitative research practices. They will learn how to create visual prototypes and wireframes using Adobe XD, InVision, and Google Slides. Web prototyping with JavaScript, Bootstrap, and other tools will be covered. Graduates will have access to career coaching and planning services.

    Locations:
    • Portland
    • See provider
    • 24 Weeks
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute: UX Research Course

    This UX design course teaches beginners how to use standard tools and concepts for user experience design. This one-day course features one-on-one instruction in small classes. Students will learn UX research techniques through hands-on projects and exercises.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • See provider
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • School of Visual Concepts: Usability Testing

    Quickly and effectively identify design flaws with the tools you acquire in this fifteen-hour intermediate class. Participants learn to utilize this safety net and ensure that consumers respond favorably to website and app features. Specific topics include an end-to-end usability study overview, test plan selection, testing methods, results communication, and special testing variations.

    Locations:
    • Seattle
    • $575
    • 15 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
  • School of Visual Concepts: Sketching for UX

    Transfer your ideas from your mind’s eye to your sketch pad in this twelve-hour UX Sketching course. Rough sketching is an excellent way for digital designers to better manage their workflow. Specific topics include the link between sketching and the UX process, common sketching techniques, storyboard creation, communication through whiteboard sketches, and interdisciplinary tips.

    Locations:
    • Seattle
    • $425
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekends
    • Intermediate
  • School of Visual Concepts: Figma Fundamentals

    Get to know Figma, one of the most practical prototyping tools available, in this beginner-level, four-hour class. This cloud-based platform is easy to use and therefore accessible to almost all front-end developers. Through a combination of live instruction, class discussions, and hands-on learning, participants explore topics like Figma design tools, workflow management tools, collaboration, reviews, plugins, importing data, and exporting files.

    Locations:
    • Seattle
    • $425
    • 4 Hours
    • Weekends
    • Beginner
  • School of Visual Concepts: UXCP Capstone Project

    Add the finishing touches to your UX design skills in this intermediate, 33-hour course. Instruction focuses on solving the real-world digital problems of two or more local organizations through both individual and group projects. Specific topics include developing the creative brief, setting team parameters, data collection, validating conclusions, presenting these conclusions, and developing a follow up plan.

    Locations:
    • Seattle
    • $745
    • 33 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
    • $525
    • 15 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
    • $285
    • 3 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • $425
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekends
    • Intermediate
    • $9,960
    • 50 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • Sonic Training: UX/UI Design Introduction / Intermediate

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Orange County
    • Sacramento
    • San Francisco
    • San Jose
    + 1 more
    • $695
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • General Assembly: Visual Design Course

    This visual design course is a flexible program meant to help individuals with little to no prior experience get exposure and learn how to create stunning digital products. Through their blended learning model, students will gain access to pre-learning and setup videos to hit the ground running. Students in this course will gain the ability to use visual techniques to guide influence customer emotions, communicate simple solutions, and center attention with layouts and patterns. This course will also give students a better understanding of using typeface to convey meaning, improve messaging, understand the psychology of color, and use visual communication best practices to make sure your message resonates with key stakeholders. This course is punctuated with a final project where students showcase their visual design knowledge through a production-ready mockup to be displayed on a dynamic web page.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $2,800
    • 32 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
  • General Assembly: Visual Design Bootcamp

    This visual design course is a beginner-friendly bootcamp designed for individuals who aspire to uncover some of the programs and practices used by expert digital designers. Students who participate in this bootcamp will learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop and InDesign as well as learning how to apply some generally accepted rules for incorporating typography and color theory to be pleasing to the viewer. Students will also learn some of the theory behind UX and UI design, the various stages of the digital design process, and how to design for impact in a range of mediums, including print, websites, and social media.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $250
    • 7 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
  • Noble Desktop: Visual Design Certificate Sponsored

    In this 96-hour certificate program, participants will learn the skills needed to become a well rounded digital designer, capable of designing websites, logos, social media graphics, and more. Attendees start by learning industry-standard apps such as Sketch, Photoshop, and Illustrator. Students then learn and implement design fundamentals such as design theory, composition, typography, color, web design standards, and more. Attendees will learn the skills needed to start a career as a visual designer and walk away with projects they can use in a portfolio to show prospective employers or clients. The program includes a free retake and several step-by-step workbooks.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $3,800
    • 96 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop: Sketch Bootcamp Sponsored

    In this 12-hour class, participants will learn how to use Sketch for UI and UX design. Students will thoroughly learn Sketch’s features (such as artboards, symbols, styles, and more) so they can design websites, apps, or digital graphics. Once the visual design is complete, attendees will learn how to convert it into a working prototype to show clients or for user testing (using both Sketch’s native prototyping features as well as InVision). Finally, participants will learn how to send designs to clients and developers using an easy to share web link generated through the Sketch Cloud. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $650
    • 12 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop: Sketch in a Day Sponsored

    In this 6-hour class, participants will learn the important fundamentals of Sketch in order to feel comfortable using the design software right away. Students will learn Sketch’s features so they can design websites, apps, or any digital graphic. Attendees will learn about artboards, symbols, and exporting graphics to send over to developers. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $325
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop: Sketch Advanced Sponsored

    In this 6-hour advanced level class, students will advance their Sketch skills to the next level. Students will learn how to convert a visual design into a working prototype to show clients or for user testing (using both Sketch’s native prototyping features as well as InVision). Students will also learn how to send designs to clients and developers using an easy to share web link generated through the Sketch Cloud. Attendees will also learn advanced capabilities of symbols, how to reuse design elements with shared libraries, how to draw vectors within Sketch, and more. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $325
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
    • $695
    • 33 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
    • $8,830
    • 50 Weeks, 10 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
    • $4,030
    • 9 Months
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
  • General Assembly: JavaScript Course

    This JavaScript course is a flexible program designed to help individuals with a general understanding of HTML and CSS enhance and broaden their front-end development toolkit. Through their blended learning model, students will gain access to pre-learning and expert-led videos to hit the ground running. Students in this course will broaden their knowledge of JavaScript fundamentals, learn the basics of object-oriented programming, and learn best practices when working with jQuery, browsers, and the Document Object Model (DOM). This course will also teach students how to utilize data from various Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and how to persist data using a provider like Firebase. The JavaScript course concludes with a final project where students showcase their enhanced JavaScript knowledge by building a single-page application incorporating many regular design patterns in addition to the consuming and persisting user data from APIs.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $3,950
    • 60 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
  • General Assembly: React JS Course

    This React JS course is a dynamic program designed to help individuals with a firm grasp of HTML, DOM, and JavaScript to create responsive websites with the ability to adapt to changing data. Through their blended learning model, students will gain access to pre-learning and expert-led videos to hit the ground running. Students in this course will learn how to create React application, understand how React works, as well as React programming essentials, like components, JSX, props, and state. This course will also guide students through building multipage web applications with the React router package, creating a custom web application, and how to incorporate an API in a React application. The React JS course concludes with a final lab project where students get to apply their React JS knowledge by building a React application of their choosing.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $3,950
    • 40 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Advanced
  • General Assembly: JavaScript Bootcamp

    This JavaScript workshop is a beginner-friendly bootcamp designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals of JavaScript. In this hands-on bootcamp, students will be introduced to the core concepts of JavaScript and learn where JavaScript fits in the web development environment. In addition to fundamental concepts, students will also learn about Arrays, Function, Objects, Loops, and more. Students will learn how to write code in the command line and how to interface with a browser. Students will also get a peek into some advanced JavaScript usages to know what to expect as they continue their web development journeys.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $250
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Intermediate
  • Practical Programming: JavaScript Immersive

    The JavaScript Immersive is meant to provide beginners with the skills they need to start building web applications from scratch. Students will build core web development skills in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Node JS with instructor-led training and project-based work. This 1-week web development course will give beginners the skills and tools they need to start their web development journey.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • $1,250
    • 35 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • ONLC Training Centers: JavaScript and jQuery Programming: Level 1

    This 3-day JavaScript and jQuery Programming course is designed for individuals who are new to website programming and are eager to learn the fundamentals of building web pages. This course is split into two parts, with part one focusing on all the essentials of JavaScript, like conditional expressions, statements, objects, functions, debugging applications, and more. Part two is built around programming with jQuery and features modules that introduce students to jQuery plugins, UI widgets, and how to work with different data elements (strings, dates, numbers, etc.) in jQuery.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 40 more
    • $1,195
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Training Connection: JavaScript and jQuery

    In this 3-day certificate course, students will gain fundamental skills in JavaScript and jQuery. With guidance from experienced web developers, students will learn the fundamentals of JavaScript code, how to reuse code with functions, target HTML elements, and create simple accordions. Students will get hands-on experience with jQuery’s lightbox plugin, Magnetic Popup, and create a slideshow using jQuery Cycle. The course culminates with a lesson on the free OWL Carousel plugin for jQuery.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Chicago
    • $1,495
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Certstaffix Training: JavaScript Programming

    JavaScript Basics course starts off by teaching you the basics: syntax, how to access elements, dot notations, methods, and properties. It also covers variables, arrays, and different types of operators. Once basics are covered, it moves on to programming logic such as for/while loops and other conditionals. Finally, you get to apply your JavaScript knowledge by embedding it into HTML/CSS documents to create dynamic and functional websites.

    Locations:
    • Phoenix
    • Los Angeles
    • San Francisco
    • Sacramento
    • San Diego
    + 24 more
    • $1,740
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Tech Talent South: JavaScript App Development

    JavaScript App Development is a 10-week part-time online course that focuses on JavaScript and packages associated with making apps. The courses will be taught live from 6PM-9PM on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You'll learn how to use jQuery, Ajax, React, Firebase, and Redux. You'll complete the course by making an app as your capstone project.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Charlotte
    • Columbus
    • Dallas
    • CT
    + 9 more
    • $4,250
    • 10 Weeks, 6 hr/wk
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
  • Noble Desktop: JavaScript & jQuery Sponsored

    In this 18-hour class, students will take webpages to the next level by adding interactivity, animation, and logic with JavaScript and jQuery (the most popular JavaScript library that lets you do more with less code). Attendees will start with the fundamentals of JavaScript, learning variables, loops, arrays, functions, and how to apply them to elements in a webpage. Students then learn how the jQuery library can improve functionality, and how to use the many built-in jQuery plugins to add common features (such as slideshows, animated image enlargers, etc.) without having to manually build them from scratch. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $975
    • 18 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • NextGen Bootcamp: JavaScript & Flexbox (Web Dev Level 2) Sponsored

    Learn front-end and interactive JavaScript coding in this intensive 2-week course designed for high school and college students. The curriculum covers loops, arrays, variables, functions, and other JavaScript fundamentals. Students learn advanced CSS techniques for laying out responsive websites (which adapt to different device sizes) using CSS Flexbox and CSS Grid. Attendees also work with the popular Bootstrap framework to rapidly build responsive websites using the HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Bootstrap provides. By the end of this course, students will have a strong working knowledge of one of the most popular web coding languages and popular frameworks, including Flexbox, Grid, and Bootstrap to create compelling designs.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • NJ
    • $1,299
    • 30 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Advanced
  • CTS Training: JavaScript Introduction

    This 2-day JavaScript course is designed for individuals who are new to JavaScript and are eager to learn the fundamentals and core concepts. This course is broken into seven lessons, covering the following topics: basic JavaScript script, managing the browser window, managing the document, manipulating data, statement validation, calculating numerical values, and using regular expressions.

    Locations:
    • Chicago
    • $899
    • 2 Days
    • Evenings or Weekends
    • Intermediate
  • AcademyX: Learn to Code

    Learn to Code program is a 18-hour part-time course that will introduce you how to code in JavaScript. By the end of the course, you'll learn about variables, conditionals, loops, defining functions, and working with objects. One important thing to note is their extremely small class sizes. It is an average of 5 students per class.

    Locations:
    • San Francisco
    • San Diego
    • San Jose
    • Sacramento
    • Los Angeles
    • $1,195
    • 18 Hours
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • AcademyX: JavaScript for Programmers

    JavaScript for Programmers is a 12-hour course that will teach you how to integrate JS with XHTML and CSS to create dynamic websites. You'll learn about cross-browser coding, form validation, and much more.

    Locations:
    • San Francisco
    • San Diego
    • San Jose
    • Sacramento
    • Los Angeles
    • $695
    • 12 Hours
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
  • UCLA Extension: JavaScript

    This beginner course provides a general overview of basic JavaScript concepts like prototype-based inheritance, extension of built-in JavaScript objects, recursion, and data validation. Students who are familiar with other programming languages, such as ASP, PHP, and CSS, leverage these basic skills to build their own applications. Instructors also teach DOM Scripting skills, so students can design their own applications which use dropdown menus, rotate headlines, run slide shows, do image rollovers, sort data into tables, and provide animation.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • $995
    • 10 Weeks, 1 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • ONLC Training Centers: JavaScript and jQuery Programming: Level 2

    Build on basic jQuery, CSS, HTML and JavaScript concepts in this two-day course. Utilizing hands-on learning, participants work with JSON and Ajax to control exceptions, structures, and expressions. Other advanced topics include browser objects, web storage, arrays, plugins, patterns, IIFEs, and closures.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 40 more
    • $895
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Ledet Training: Open Source jQuery 101

    Build on your foundational knowledge of CSS and HTML in this two-day beginner JQuery course. Through a combination of live instruction, individual and group projects, and class discussions, participants learn how to create sophisticated and interactive web pages. The class begins with a programming language overview that’s suitable for non-programmers. Study then moves to effects, animations, interface upgrades, forms, and server communication.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Los Angeles
    • Houston
    • San Diego
    • Washington, D.C.
    + 9 more
    • $899
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Ledet Training: Open Source JavaScript 101

    Explore the wonderful world of JavaScript in this two-day, beginner-level course. This programming language helps participants create feature-rich websites for business or personal purposes. Through a combination of hands-on learning, instructor direction, and interactive discussions, students examine topics like JavaScript basics, browser window management, data storage and operations, control constructs, and standard functions.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Los Angeles
    • Houston
    • San Diego
    • Washington, D.C.
    + 9 more
    • $999
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute: Javascript Training Class - Introduction

    This JavaScript course is a two-day introduction intended for beginners. Students in this course will learn the basics of object-oriented programming, how to work with objects, respond to events, and learn best practices when working with jQuery. They will also learn how to use jQuery plugins and to create looping animations.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $995
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • $2,189
    • 17 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
    • $2,189
    • 17 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Sonic Training: JavaScript Introduction & Intermediate

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Orange County
    • Sacramento
    • San Francisco
    • San Jose
    + 1 more
    • $695
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • ONLC Training Centers: HTML5 and CSS Content Authoring: Level 1

    This 3-day HTML5 and CSS course is designed for individuals who are new to website development and are eager to learn the best practices around web design and development. This course starts out with an introduction to web development and moves onto HTML and CSS syntax, how to use HTML to format web pages, and how to use CSS to structure various elements of a web page. This course also covers a variety of page layouts, working with lists, links and navigation menus, using responsive web design, and using Flexible Box Layout for a better user interface.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 40 more
    • $1,195
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • BrainStation: Web Development Certificate

    A crash course in web development, this course in web development will introduce students to HTML, CSS, Google Chrome Developer Tools, and more. After completing this course, you will be able to create a multipage website with CSS and HTML elements. This course can be taken online or on campus.

    Locations:
    • Live Online
    • $3,950
    • 30 Hours
    • Weekdays or Evenings
    • Beginner
  • Training Connection: HTML5 and CSS Fundamentals

    In this 3-day introductory HTML/CSS course, you will learn the basics of HTML syntax, designing websites with CSS, and adding different types of links and media by creating a mini website from scratch. You will also cover creating navigation bars, setting viewport meta tag for mobile website compatibility, and creating wireframes so your website can be flow smoothly. The live in person courses could be retaken until you've mastered the course material.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Chicago
    • $1,495
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Training Connection: HTML5 and CSS Advanced

    CSS Advanced is a 3-day, full-time course in mastering advanced CSS topics in the following: designing box-models, multi-column layout, typography, from styling, hiding & showing elements, and CSS specificity. You will learn these concepts by redesigning blogs and gaining hands-on experience. You can retake this course until you've mastered the concepts.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Chicago
    • $1,495
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Training Connection: Mobile & Responsive Web Design

    Mobile & CSS Responsive Web Design course will teach you how to create websites that will appear great in desktop and mobile browsers. It covers viewport meta tags, properly using SVG, creating mobile-friendly forms, off-screen navigations, and different best-practices in creating websites with mobile devices in mind. Finally, this lesson takes a deepdive into making websites using Bootstrap.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Chicago
    • $1,495
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Advanced
    • Free Retake
  • The Tech Academy: Front-end Web Developer Bootcamp Full-Time

    The Front-end Web Development Bootcamp Full-Time Program will teach you how to make a dynamic website. It has 300 hours worth of content in topics ranging from HTML/CSS, JavaScript, computer science fundamentals, and version control. The full-time course will provide you with 8 weeks of access to its learning platform.

    Locations:
    • Portland
    • Salt Lake City
    • $7,974
    • 8 Weeks
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • The Tech Academy: Front-end Web Developer Bootcamp Part-Time

    The Front-end Web Development Bootcamp Part-Time Program will teach you how to make a dynamic website. It has 300 hours worth of content in topics ranging from HTML/CSS, JavaScript, computer science fundamentals, and version control. The part-time course will provide you with 14 weeks of access to its learning platform.

    Locations:
    • Portland
    • Salt Lake City
    • $11,974
    • 14 Weeks
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
  • Noble Desktop: Front-End Web Development Certificate Sponsored

    In this 72-hour certificate program, participants will learn the skills needed to become a front-end web developer. Students will learn to build webpages with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Students will also learn developer tools such as Git to collaborate with developers in addition to learning modern web technologies such as Flexbox, Grid, and Bootstrap to efficiently create responsive websites. Attendees will learn the skills needed to start a career as a front-end web developer. The program includes a free retake, and each course includes a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $2,995
    • 72 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop: Flexbox, Grid, & Bootstrap Sponsored

    In this 12-hour class, students will explore modern web page layout techniques using CSS Flexbox and CSS Grid to create responsive layouts that look phenomenal on screens of all sizes. Students will discover how the newest CSS technologies alter the layout of modern webpages and offer unparalleled flexibility compared to traditional techniques. Attendees learn how to rapidly build pages using Bootstrap: the world’s most popular front-end framework with its responsive grid and prebuilt components. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $650
    • 12 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Ascend Training: Web Development Part 2

    Dive deeper into web design issues with this 3-week intermediate level course. Participants who have successfully completed a basic web development class, or who have a solid understanding of basic principles, usually do well in Web Development II. Students learn how to use Java, SVG, Canvas, HTML5, and CSS3 to create complex websites that are interactive and user-friendly. Specific topics include structural elements, internet forms, and multimedia.

    Locations:
    • Chicago
    • $1,299
    • 3 Days
    • See provider
    • Intermediate
  • American Graphics Institute: Responsive Web Design Class

    In this 1-day Responsive Web Design course, students learn how to create websites that will respond to different screen sizes – whether PC or mobile. Students will learn how to evaluate user experience and best practices for design practices. They will also learn how to incorporate @fluidgrid and CSS3 in their design to ensure flexibility in user experience.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $495
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • $8,414
    • 114 Hours
    • See provider
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
    • $1,325
    • 14 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
    • $2,875
    • 5 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute: WordPress Training Class - Introduction

    This comprehensive 2-day WordPress class is for beginners who want to learn to create content on or manage WordPress sites. This WordPress course covers the basics and works its way up. It teaches link creation, setup, adding, and organizing text, images, and multimedia content. Students will learn how to add pages and user-generated content via comments, fundamentals of WordPress administration, user roles, themes, and settings.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $695
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • ONLC Training Centers: WordPress Level 1

    This 2-day WordPress course is designed for individuals with no prior WordPress experience but who are enthusiastic about learning the fundamentals of WordPress for creating impressive websites, blogs, and more. This course starts out with an introduction to WordPress and understanding the differences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org. The course also covers developing quality blog content, using pages, media libraries, and importing/exporting content, and how and why to use plugins.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 40 more
    • $895
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Certstaffix Training: WordPress for End Users

    In this 2-day WordPress course for end users, students will learn how to use WordPress to host and manage a website. This course does not deal with programming, but instead focuses on the end user experience. Students will learn how to create their own website, install themes, install plugins, moderate comments, and much more. Using the WordPress WYSIWYG editor, students will learn how to develop blog pages and static pages and add interactive widgets.

    Locations:
    • Phoenix
    • Los Angeles
    • San Francisco
    • Sacramento
    • San Diego
    + 24 more
    • $1,165
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Tampa SEO Training Academy: Learn WordPress: The Basics and Beyond

    This beginner’s class in WordPress teaches the fundamentals of WordPress in a 2-day course available online and in-person. Students will learn how to use WordPress to create and manage a website. This course offers 16 hours of WordPress instructional content, one-month free access to a WordPress website, and two months of free mentoring after the conclusion of the course.

    Locations:
    • Tampa
    • Live Online
    • $497
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Ledet Training: WordPress Intro

    This 2-day workshop will introduce students to the fundamentals of WordPress. Intended for beginners, this course teaches students how to create and manage a WordPress site. Students will learn how to install WordPress plugins and themes, use widgets, monitor traffic and create reliable hyperlinks. This course will ensure that students have the basic skills needed to begin developing content in WordPress.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Los Angeles
    • Houston
    • San Diego
    • Washington, D.C.
    + 9 more
    • $999
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Ledet Training: WordPress 501 - 5 Day Bootcamp

    This immersive bootcamp offers a comprehensive introduction to all things WordPress. Beginning with the fundamentals, students will learn how to set up a basic WordPress website. Each lesson expands on these skills, introducing themes, templates, and plugins, and custom configurations. The program culminates with Search Engine Optimization strategy and methods for collecting external content.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Los Angeles
    • Houston
    • San Diego
    • Washington, D.C.
    + 9 more
    • $2,399
    • 5 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Noble Desktop: WordPress: Create a Website or Blog Sponsored

    In this 6-hour class, students get started with the basics of WordPress for creating and editing a website or blog. Students will learn how to create web pages and blog posts in WordPress, format text (headings, paragraphs, lists, etc.), and add images, links, or videos. Attendees will also learn how to install and change themes to alter the appearance of the website, customize the theme (using the provided options), edit widgets, work with menus, use WordPress plugins, and more. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $325
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • AcademyX: Wordpress Fundamentals

    This course gets you started building websites with WordPress. Students will learn to install WordPress, add content, work with themes, widgets, plug-ins, menus, comments, and more.

    Locations:
    • San Francisco
    • San Diego
    • San Jose
    • Sacramento
    • Los Angeles
    • $795
    • 12 Hours
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • Ascend Training: WordPress

    Make your WordPress content more polished and professional with a 1-week WordPress basics course. THis course teaches participants how to develop and customize their sites by working with GIFs, JPGs, PNGs, and HTML. Students also learn some essential search engine optimization principles and skills for both static and dynamic web pages.

    Locations:
    • Chicago
    • $399
    • 1 Day
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • ONLC Training Centers: WordPress Level 2

    This two-day class moves beyond WordPress basics to advanced areas like subpages, plugins, themes, menus, and multimedia which make your site even more user-friendly. Course participants focus on SEO, data backup, recovery, and other back-end WordPress functions. Specific topics in this hands-on course include website security, design customization, social media integration, and e-commerce solutions.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 40 more
    • $895
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • Ledet Training: WordPress 202 - WordPress Search Engine Optimization

    Leverage more WordPress features and concepts in this one-day intermediate course. Through a combination of individual and group projects, live instruction, and class discussions, participants exercise more control over their websites by using third-party plugins, integrated resources, and standard WordPress features. Specific topics include an SEO overview, SEO strategy, blogging best practices, SEO executions, using analytics, connecting to social media, going mobile, and PPC campaigns.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Los Angeles
    • Houston
    • San Diego
    • Washington, D.C.
    + 9 more
    • $699
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • Austin Coding Academy: WordPress Fundamentals

    This 10-week WordPress fundamentals course uses a “flipped classroom approach” to teach students all the most important skills to become a technical support specialist with WP Engine. Students in this course will walk away with strong understanding of the most important WordPress skills, including HTML, CSS, SEO, Themes, Page Builder, Web Hosting, Plugins, Linux Command Line, Google Analytics, and more. After completing this program, students will be guaranteed an interview with WP Engine, but employment is not guaranteed.

    Locations:
    • Austin
    • $1,990
    • 10 Weeks, 5 hr/wk
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
  • Austin Coding Academy: Build a WordPress + Online Store

    This rapid 4-day mini bootcamp was crafted for current and future small business owners who want to learn how to build their WordPress website and an online store. Students will learn the fundamentals of WordPress and WooCommerce, a common ecommerce plugin for WordPress. This course teaches students that various tools needed to plan, build, and host a website with WordPress in addition to the skills needed to launch and maintain an online store.

    Locations:
    • Austin
    • $199
    • 8 Hours
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • American Graphics Institute: WordPress Training Class - Advanced

    This 2-day WordPress teaches intermediate WordPress users how to install and customize templates, build content using the drag-and-drop builder, install plugins, moderate comments, and much more. Using the WordPress WYSIWYG editor, students will develop blog pages and insert interactive design elements.

    Locations:
    • Boston
    • Philadelphia
    • Live Online
    • $795
    • 2 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
    • $1,112
    • 23 Hours
    • See provider
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
    • $349
    • 6 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
    • $349
    • 6 Hours
    • Evenings
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • headTrix, Inc.: Wordpress Level 1

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Live Online
    • See provider
    • See provider
    • See provider
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Sonic Training: WordPress Fundamentals

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • Orange County
    • Sacramento
    • San Francisco
    • San Jose
    + 1 more
    • See provider
    • See provider
    • See provider
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
    • See provider
    • See provider
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • General Assembly: Code in One Day: HTML & CSS Bootcamp

    This beginner-friendly bootcamp is designed for individuals interested in learning website coding fundamentals. In this hands-on bootcamp, students will get an overview of HTML and CSS, learn how websites operate, build a web page of their own, and learn how to modify the code of an existing website. Students will also learn the basics of front-end web development and how to launch a website so that it is live on the internet.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Austin
    • Boston
    • Charlotte
    • Chicago
    + 23 more
    • $250
    • 6 Hours
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
  • Certstaffix Training: HTML5 & Cascading Style Sheets 3

    This 4-day introductory course in HTML & CSS will teach you how to make websites from scratch. It starts from by covering core concepts, syntax, and formatting HTML documents using CSS. It places a lot of emphasis on responsive web design so your websites are compatible with any device. It will also teach you how to use CSS to format forms, tables, pictures, media, and fonts. Finally, this course touches on different ways to deploy websites and how JavaScript enhances website functionality.

    Locations:
    • Phoenix
    • Los Angeles
    • San Francisco
    • Sacramento
    • San Diego
    + 24 more
    • $1,790
    • 4 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Beginner
  • Certstaffix Training: Responsive Web Development with HTML and CSS

    This course is for experienced front-end developers who wish to develop skills in creating responsive websites. It focuses on media queries, dynamic viewports, responsive images, selectors, typography, and SVGs for resolution independence. This course does not teach frameworks like Bootstrap nor does it teach you how to code HTML/CSS.

    Locations:
    • Phoenix
    • Los Angeles
    • San Francisco
    • Sacramento
    • San Diego
    + 24 more
    • $1,300
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Advanced
  • Ledet Training: Open Source HTML & CSS 101

    This introduction to HTML & CSS provides an overview of basic web development. Students will learn how to use HTML5 and CSS to create a website. This course will also cover best practices in web development, such as how to layout a web page, use design elements such as color and text, and the proper use of multi-column layouts. They will also learn how to create forms for data collection.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • Los Angeles
    • Houston
    • San Diego
    • Washington, D.C.
    + 9 more
    • $1,299
    • 3 Days
    • Weekdays
    • Intermediate
  • Noble Desktop: Web Development Level 1 Sponsored

    In this 18-hour class, participants will learn how to code webpages using HTML and CSS. Participants will learn how to mark up content (headings, paragraphs, lists, links, etc), style the appearance, and upload the web pages using FTP to take the site live. Attendees do not need any prior coding experience and will learn valuable skills they can use to start building or editing web pages right away. This is the perfect course to launch a career in web development or to learn how to create or edit web pages. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $975
    • 18 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Beginner
    • Free Retake
  • Noble Desktop: Web Development Level 2 Sponsored

    In this 18-hour class, students take their HTML and CSS skills to the next level. Students will progress beyond the basics by learning modern web development coding techniques such as SVG, CSS gradients, CSS positioning, Ems vs Rems, powerful CSS selectors, using CSS media queries for building responsive sites, coding responsive images, mobile optimizations, and much more. The class includes a free retake and a step-by-step workbook.Z

    Locations:
    • NYC
    • Live Online
    • $975
    • 18 Hours
    • Weekdays, Evenings, or Weekends
    • Intermediate
    • Free Retake
  • CTS Training: HTML Part 1

    Get started learning HTML to design web pages. Structure text, add links and images, create tables, and start adding style with CSS. This 1-day course is open to beginners and will get participants started with the basics of web development.

    Locations:
    • Chicago
    • $329
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Beginner
  • CTS Training: HTML Part 2

    Continue learning HTML to design web pages with this 1-day course. Learn design techniques, table formatting, basic and advanced forms, and frames. Participants should be comfortable with the basics of HTML such as structuring text and adding links.

    Locations:
    • Chicago
    • $379
    • 1 Day
    • Weekdays or Weekends
    • Intermediate
  • CTS Training: CSS Part 1

    This 1-day CSS course is designed for beginners looking to understand the basics of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). The course is broken into four parts and covers the following topics: CSS basics, applied CSS, CSS page layout, and advanced CSS which includes some CSS best practices and good habits to form.

    Locations:
    • Chicago
    • $329
    • 1 Day
    • Weekends
    • Intermediate
  • CTS Training: CSS Part 2

    This 1-day CSS course is designed for individuals who understand the basics (covered in CSS Part 1) but are looking to improve their understanding of CSS. This course covers creating CSS layouts, using invisible HTML containers, using CSS Flexbox and flex to size columns, how to position content within invisible containers, and making layouts more responsive.

    Locations:
    • Chicago
    • $379
    • 1 Day
    • Weekends
    • Intermediate
  • AcademyX: HTML/CSS Fundamentals Training

    HTML/CSS Fundamentals Training course is 3 day course for a total of 18 hours that will teach you to create static websites using HTML/CSS. It will cover different types of headings, image and text manipulation, line breaks, and much more.

    Locations:
    • San Francisco
    • San Diego
    • San Jose
    • Sacramento
    • Los Angeles
    • $995
    • 18 Hours
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • UCLA Extension: HTML and CSS

    CSS and HTML are not just random acronyms. They are the two basic pillars of the internet, and this 10-week course gives students a level of understanding they thought was impossible. Students learn how to mesh Hypertext Markup Language and Cascading Style Sheets into the format and structure of web pages. Basic building blocks include page layout, CSS3, media queries, menus, properties, selectors, HTML5 tags and elements, links, forms, lists, images, and color, and the box-model. Advanced concepts include responsive design coding procedures and link, media, and image insertion using JavaScript and jQuery. Anyone with a thirst for knowledge and basic computer skills could benefit from this course.

    Locations:
    • Los Angeles
    • $995
    • 10 Weeks, 1 hr/wk
    • See provider
    • Beginner
  • Emory Continuing Education: HTML and CSS Level 1: Introduction

    Hypertext Markup Language and Cascading Style Sheets are the basic pillars of all internet content, be it text, audio, or video. This six-week course gives students the skills they need to understand them better. Participants use basic syntax building blocks to create hyperlinks, images, tables, headings, body text, and forms. Specific course topics include HTML/CSS publishing, leveraging images, and CSS colors.

    Locations:
    • Atlanta
    • $995
    • 19 Hours
    • Weekends