Learn how to make a website or web application by focusing on two of the fundamental building blocks of the web: HTML and CSS. You'll learn how to read and write HTML and CSS and learn how they're used to define the structure and style of web pages. You'll also learn key strategies for using them most effectively and for making your code organized, professional, maintainable, and elegant.
Our custom curriculum uses effective learning techniques adapted from other fields like sports and music. Learn new concepts and skills through focused lessons, reinforce what you've learned through repeatable exercises, and combine everything you've learned by building real projects.
Explore how web development connects other topics like history, science, art, business, health, and your own interests. Learn how to use web development as a way to explore your curiosities, improve your skills in other areas, and make a beneficial impact on the world.
Bootcamps create a stressful and overwhelming experience for students because they rush students through learning with unrealistic expectations for learning speed and limited opportunities for review and practice. This isn't a bootcamp—you'll learn at your own speed while using effective learning techniques that lead to mastery.
Our class sizes are very small with a mix of students from different ages and ability levels. This creates a more interesting learning environment where students learn from each other, follow their own pace, and work with instructors individually.
You'll learn how to build all kinds of web pages from personal websites and portfolios to web application interfaces. All of the publications, tools, games, and information we enjoy on the web depend on the fundamental skills in HTML and CSS that you'll learn in this class.
Hey, I'm Kevin! I'm a teacher, designer, and web developer. I've been working as a web developer for several years, and have been enamored with all things technology and web since I was very young. I love web development because I love contributing to the huge collection of knowledge and awesome things on the Internet, and I love to learn about how websites work and share what I learn with others. As a teacher, my goal is to help students master the technical skills of web development, but also to learn creative habits and skills that go beyond web development. I like books, games, tea, mindfulness, and trying to figure out how creativity works. My favorite word is “studio."
The next Code Convoy web development course will begin April 11, 2016.
|10/3/2016||6:00PM – 7:30PM|
|10/10/2016||6:00PM – 7:30PM|
|10/17/2016||6:00PM – 7:30PM|
|10/24/2016||6:00PM – 7:30PM|
|10/31/2016||No class – Halloween|
|11/7/2016||6:00PM – 7:30PM|
|11/14/2016||6:00PM – 7:30PM|
|11/21/2016||No class – Week of Thanksgiving|
|11/28/2016||6:00PM – 7:30PM|
|12/5/2016||6:00PM – 7:30PM|
435 N Broadway
De Pere, WI 54115
8 class sessions
Starts Oct. 3, 2016
Places are limited – register now!
Let us know you're interested using the form below. Places are limited. Spots will be reserved on a first-come, first-served basis.
The course is open to all students ages 12 and up.
A laptop is required. We're working to develop more resources for students without a laptop, but a laptop is essential for practice in and out of the classroom.
The course is mainly Mac and OS X based, but we can accomodate Windows systems as well.
Try it for free! Let us know you're interested and we'll get in touch to find out more about your interests. Then come sit in on a class session for free to try it out, or attend one of our free workshops.
Yes, we plan to offer our courses regularly in eight week sessions. Sign up for our newsletter to be notified when new classes are available.
We accept credit cards, cash, checks, and PayPal in a single payment or with recurring payment plans. More information is available on our payment page.