Learn Front-End Web Development
Learn from the top web developers using real-world examples and activities in each of our immersive courses.
For each class, you’ll receive our step-by-step training workbooks, used by institutions and universities around the world. You’ll learn in small classes with an 8:1 student to teacher ratio (compared to auditorium-style lectures at other programs), giving you first-hand access to expert instructors.
“Wonderful introduction for beginners and includes a very handy exercise book with explicit, do-it-yourself steps (thankfully the opposite of guidebooks written by robotic, removed pros).”
Ali Gross, Workman Publishing
“Overall, I’m always amazed at the talent of your instructors and comprehensiveness of your course materials. I thoroughly enjoy the theory/academic material, but mostly I'm impressed by your emphasis on translating these tools to real-world, practical applications.”
Benjamine Heath, Web Developer
NextGen provides high-end, tested curriculum that has been tailored and altered to fit the needs and wants of a high school student. This course is perfect to be used as an intro to coding, intro to web development, or just to join the booming freelance market to make some extra cash!
From our hands-on training style to world-class instructors and proprietary curriculum, we deliver a learning experience our alumni can be proud of.
Very thorough material and hands-on experience. Everyone cares about you and you can ask as many questions as you like. Better than a regular class.
This class made me a faster and more efficient coder. The curriculum is well designed and the teachers really care about your success. I would recommend NextGen to anyone looking to gain this integral skill.
Prior math or programming experience is not required for this course.
NextGen's typical class ranges from 10-14 students, but we allow up to 17 students to register for our course. However, NextGen always maintains an 8:1 student to teacher ratio.
During the course, students will work on multiple websites as a class and will be able to work on their own projects at the end of the class.
This program is eligible for our payment plan. Select “payment plan” at checkout to enroll. A valid credit card must be on file for the duration of the program.
You may attend this training virtually (online) at the scheduled time the course is offered (New York, Eastern Time).
Our Web Development course has been a staple of our school for many years. We are committed to developing and maintaining the best web dev class on the market, which is why we've created award-winning web workbooks, instructors, and resources for our Web Development instruction.
Easy to Learn: Out of all of the programming languages, HTML and CSS are the easiest to learn and implement. There is no math or conditional logic used to write these languages as there is in Python, Java, and many others. Instead, HTML and CSS are intuitive coding languages that are rooted in the English language. Despite their rudimentary basis, command of these languages is a non-negotiable for anyone involved in digital communications, especially since they provide the basis for understanding a wide range of advanced languages and applications.
Capitalize on Ideas: By learning web development skills, entrepreneurs and creative minds open the door for endless business opportunities. Students can use the skills they learn in this class to create websites for their new business idea or to earn money as a freelance web developer. Even having the ability to collaborate with others when building a new site can help students bring their ideas to life.
Award-Winning Curriculum: Dan Rodney is the curriculum developer for this section. Dan is a master web-developer, web designer, as well as an instructor with over 20 years of teaching experience. Dan has built many websites in his life, including this one!
Our web development course is designed primarily for teens, but college students are welcomed as well! There is no math or coding pre-requisite for this course.
This course is a great introduction to the world of programming, computer science, and design. The class applies to students with a variety of different, due in part to the wide range of content that we cover, in addition to the personalized nature of our instruction. This an excellent fit for students with business ideas or those looking to gain technical skills that can be used to find lucrative freelance work. Web development is an important skill that will help all students both in school and throughout their lives, no matter what career they choose!
The first part of this course covers HTML syntax such as headers, paragraph, body, title, and meta tags. Students will then learn how to accurately input images, followed by an organic transition into styling pages using CSS. Students will learn how to use the class system in CSS as well as CSS tags such as div, background-color, borders, and more. The first part of the course will finish with students using developer tools to understand how advanced layouts are created, followed by building a fluid layout of their own for their personal website project.
The second part of the course focuses on design. Students use advanced CSS topics using Flexbox and Grid to create responsive layouts that are optimized for any size screen.
Interested in learning more than just web development? Check out our Fullstack Developer Intensive, in which students take a total of seven-week of courses including our App development summer camp and Ruby on Rails Bootcamp in addition to web dev!
If you're an adult looking to learn these skills, check out our Web Dev Certificate at Noble Desktop!