The Education of a Web Professional: A Hands-On Semester (Part 1)

This semester, I have the delight and privilege of working with upper-level web design and development students in our Web III course. This has historically been one of my favorite classes to teach since we are able to get out of the “muck” of HTML, CSS, and Javascript syntax, and into some really fun, practical, and portfolio-worthy work. Of course, the fundamentals are important, but this class tends to be super satisfying for students because of its scope and professional approach.

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