HTML 5 Visual Learning | a free Udemy course
Today most professionals need some kind of web presence, which when combined with the fact that the web is the most important format or ‘meta medium’ for communication, pretty much makes technical skills in at least front end web development a key form of technological literacy for many.
This free course I developed on Udemy is a good place to start, if I may say so :~) if you’ve always wanted to pick up some web design skills but weren’t sure where to start.
From the course blurb:
HTML 5 Visual Learning strikes a balance between succinct explanation and complete visualizations of code so that the key concepts are learned through easy-to-follow examples. This free course assumes no previous knowledge of HTML, web development or programming. In taking this course, you will learn how to structure web-based content. This course is based on my Mike Ludo (a pen name) web development books.
This course is based on my Mike Ludo web development books (yes, believe it or not, my surname Filimowicz is hard to spell, remember, pronounce and therefore market!). With the help of an AI-generated fake face, I’ve even blogged and made some YouTube videos to disseminate these core foundational skills in 21st century communication. And yes, exposed myself to a few low Amazon ratings from people complaining that my books are written in English when they were actually looking for the Spanish version that doesn’t exist— sigh!