Frontend Development for Designers

Take your career to the next level in just 8 weeks by learning essential coding skills

    • Get mentored by a Senior Frontend Developer
    • Learn how to build a responsive website from scratch
    • Stand out in your industry as a multiskilled designer

Our graduates now have tech jobs at companies all over the world:

  • Get mentored by a Senior Frontend Developer
  • Learn how to build a responsive website from scratch
  • Stand out in your industry as a multiskilled designer

Want to know if Frontend Development is right for you?

Find out with a free 5-day short course.

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“How would you like to get in touch?”

“I’m here to help you become a UI designer”

Alana, Senior Career Advisor

Do you want to set yourself apart as a designer who can code?

Good UX is increasingly recognized as a driver of good business—and effective collaboration between designers and developers has never been more crucial. Learn essential coding skills and become one of the few designers in the industry who can speak the developer’s language! This 8-week, part-time course covers the most important frontend development skills, with no prior coding knowledge necessary. By the end of the course, you’ll have built your own personalized, fully tested website to host your design portfolio. Not only that: you’ll be able to confidently communicate the technical requirements of design, ready to apply your newfound skills to your next real-world project.

Become the go-to person for projects intersecting UX, UI, and frontend development.

With rising ratios of designers to developers, good designers need to be able to think and speak the language of developers. It’s their job to help translate the design vision to the development team in a way that they can understand and accept. This can be a critical piece of the puzzle in a project, especially if the design and the interactions behind it are complex.

Raffaela Rein

CEO, CareerFoundry

With a foot in both camps and the ability to speak to both in their own terms, UX/UI Developers can be invaluable conduits between engineering teams and the more 'traditional' usability roles, such as interaction designers, visual designers.

Calum Benson

Principal UX Designer, Oracle Corp

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What you’ll learn

Learn the fundamentals of frontend development and stand out as a designer with hands-on coding skills.

You’ll master HTML, CSS, and basic JavaScript—arming you with all the technical knowledge you need to bring your designs to life. By the end of the course, you’ll have built a responsive website from scratch.

Achievement 1

Getting Started with HTML & CSS

  • Getting Started with Frontend
  • Internet & the Web
  • HTML Basics
  • Coding with HTML
  • Using GitHub for Your Projects
  • CSS Basics
  • CSS Layouts
  • Advanced CSS for Designers

Achievement 2

JavaScript & Your Portfolio Site

  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • Coding with JavaScript
  • JavaScript Libraries & Plugins
  • Testing & QA
  • Debugging
  • Portfolio Site Demo

Why our students succeed

  • In a booming tech industry, the demand for multiskilled UX designers is only increasing. Employers are interested in your practical skills—not your educational background.
  • With personalized feedback from your dedicated Mentor (an expert with more than 5 years’ experience), you’ll have all the support you need to progress through the course.

Our graduates now have tech jobs at companies allover the world:

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Price

Frontend Development for Designers

Or

  • Learn HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as you build your own responsive website from scratch
  • Gain the technical know-how needed to bring your creative ideas to life
  • Understand testing and debugging to effectively collaborate with teams of developers
  • Be part of an active community of fellow online learners

FAQ

Who is the course for?

The course is designed for UX or UI designers who want expand their skillset with additional skills in frontend web development.

How many Mentor calls will I get?

Your Mentor will be on hand to provide thorough feedback on your work through our messaging app. You can also set up Skype calls with your Mentor if you need to — you have up to 3 calls to use over the 8-week period.

What equipment do I need to take the course?

The course can be completed using any computer and an internet connection.

How long does the course take?

The course is 120 hours long. We expect students to study for approximately 15 hours per week and finish in 8 weeks.

Do I have to pay for software, tools etc?

Many of the softwares and frameworks that programmers use are free and open source. If you wish to launch your own website, you will have to buy the domain and pay a small amount for yearly web hosting services.

What languages and frameworks will I learn during the course?

You’ll learn HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and jQuery.

What tools will I use?

You’ll use Atom and GitHub.

Want to know if Frontend Development is right for you?

Find out with a free 5-day short course.

Curious about this course?

Contact us to find out if it’s right for you

Career Advisor

“How would you like to get in touch?”

“I’m here to help you become a UI designer”

Alana, Senior Career Advisor

Are you a designer looking to add frontend development to your skillset? Then we have the perfect course for you. Our specialization course has been built with the needs of the designer in mind. Get started today!

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