Tuesday, December 16, 2014

New web design certificate will save money for small businesses

Chandler-Gilbert Community College (CGCC) announces the availability of a new certificate program in web design. The program includes six classes (18 units) and is intended for those interested in designing and maintaining web pages for personal or small business use.

“This certificate addresses a business need for entrepreneurs and small business owners to develop the right skill set that will allow them to build and maintain a viable website that can support transactions and sales,” said Patricia Baker, computing studies faculty at CGCC. “Not only will the program save them valuable resources by not having to rely on external consultants, but many of the classes are online, allowing individuals to complete the classes based on personal availability.”

Students will learn basic skills in web development using HTML5 and CSS, creating and manipulating photos and artwork, and coding in JavaScript. The final capstone class in e-commerce pulls together the skills learned in earlier classes.

Classes begin spring 2015. Register today at my.maricopa.edu.

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