PSD to HTML5/CSS3 is a simple course that will teach you to take a Photoshop Mockup Design and hand-code it into a beautiful, semantic, valid HTML5 & CSS3 website.
Just like learning a human language, the best way of learning is by speaking from day 1—this course is similar in the sense that we'll begin speaking HTML5 & CSS3 right away!
I believe this is the best way to learn HTML5 and CSS3.
If you’ve always wanted to know how to build your own website, or have wanted a simple and comprehensive way to dive into PSD to HTML5 & CSS3, this course is definitely for you.
One of my students, who had no previous web design experience, took my course and ran with the skills he acquired. He built a brand new website for his Barbershop in Vancouver, and you can check out his website here: http://www.theuniversitybarbershop.com
Do you want to hand-code your first website in 4-hours? Let's do this!
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Brad Hussey is a passionate and experienced web designer, developer & entrepreneur. Originally from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. Brad is a graduate of theInteractive Design program at Capilano University in Vancouver, British Columbia.
No stranger to the industry, Brad began working professionally as a web designer during his first year at University and has had the privilege of working with numerous businesses, large and small, across North America. Brad works as a web developer at his company Brightside Studios and blogs about minimalism & location independence.