Web Design For Everybody: Basics Of Web Development & Coding Specialization

About the Course

This Specialization teaches you how to develop syntactically valid HTML5 and CSS3, as well as how to use JavaScript to construct dynamic web experiences. By mastering this set of technologies, you'll be able to create high-quality websites that perform on a smartphone, tablets, and large-screen browsers. Throughout the capstone, you will establish a professional-quality web portfolio that demonstrates your development as a web developer and your overall understanding of accessible web design. This will involve your ability to develop and build a responsive website that makes use of resources to improve accessibility to a wide range of users, even those with optical, audial, musculoskeletal, and intellectual impairments.

A Techasoft Foundation Specialization is a collection of courses that will assist you in mastering a specific skill. To get started, either enroll in the Specialization right away or study its courses and pick the one you want to start with. When you enroll in a program that is part of a Specialization, you are also enrolled in the entire Expertise. It's fine if you only finish one course; you can stop learning or cancel your membership at any moment. To keep track of your program enrollments and progress, go to your learner dashboard.

A hands-on project is included in each Specialization. To accomplish the Specialization and receive your certificate, you must complete the project(s) satisfactorily. If your Specialization contains a distinct program for the practical learning project, you must first complete all of the other modules preceding beginning it.

You'll receive a Certificate once you've completed all of the courses and the hands-on project, which you can communicate with potential employers and your team of specialists.


This program will interest a wide range of users, particularly those who want a step-by-step explanation of the fundamentals. This course has no requirements, and it is expected that students do not have any prior programming or IT knowledge. The course will conclude with a modest final project requiring the creation of a simple webpage with links and graphics. The emphasis of this training is on the fundamentals rather than on looks.


Learn how to analyze websites using the standardized POUR accessibility rules to guarantee that sites do not create barriers for persons with cognitive and/or physical impairments. Moreover, learn how to use the standardized POUR accessibility rules to evaluate pages.

After completing the course, you should be able to draw a design for an HTML page. Using CSS, implement the system by changing the fonts, colors, and layouts.


JavaScript Interactivity: Parameters, sequencing, procedures, and just a little bit about developer tools are all covered. Understand how JavaScript uses the Document Object Model (DOM) to identify and modify specific elements of a page. After completing the course, participants will be able to respond to DOM Events and interactively change the contents and layout of their page.

The program concludes with a final project including the building of an active HTML5 form that takes and verifies information and inputs.

  • Advanced Styling with Responsive Design: This course goes beyond fundamental CSS3 understanding to cover subjects like schematic capture, fluid configuration, media queries, and using current styling paradigms like Bootstrap. After completing the course, you should be able to:

    - Explain the value of schematic capture in the design phase and the mobile-first paradigm.

    - Create sites that work on a variety of platforms.

    - Make use of existing design frameworks like Bootstrap.

    - Capstone on Web Design for Everyone

    - Students will feel secure designing and/or modifying existing front-end sites, employing current frameworks, and evaluating sites for usability compliance after completing this course.