Become a Front End Web Developer
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Daniel Silber-Baker is a programmer, poet, and educational design expert. He has a master’s degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, and his professional career has stretched across the non-profit, corporate, and academic spheres.
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Become a Front End Web Developer
Dimitrios M. –
I would like to submit a generic comment regarding this and other Udacity courses. While I have not really utilised the mentor service, its existence and availability gives the whole nanodegree a different level of quality. Without it, the course would feel as a collection of static content – that one can find from a good book.
Belinda C. –
I’m really excited about this program! I like the combination of videos and written instruction and the projects. Constructive feedback: The layout for the curriculum is a little clunky. I wish all the lessons were in a collapsible index on the left hand side. Having to go in and out of units and lessons is tedious.
Carlos K. –
I am very happy with the program. The instructors are great, the structure of the program is well designed and my mentor is excellent. I think after I graduate from this program, I will continue to enroll in other Nanodegree Programs. I took web development before but I feel that I am learning a lot.
Jose Daniel B. –
The first part is much better the previous Nanodegree. The lesson are more clear, with better video content than before, and better explanation. It would be great if you extend a little bit more how to work with Flexbox better and grid plus Flexbox. Thanks.
Charitha G. –
A really good program that follows a good set of lectures. html and css was pretty easy for a person who comes from a frontend background, yet has new things to pay attention like css grid. Overall I really loved the content and the lecture as well.
Sooyoung K. –
I could learn more while doing the project. The rubric guided how to work well also. I am very happy that I met the expectations. Now confident in HTML and CSS. I am very looking forward to learning next step.
Jennifer P. –
This experience has been great so far. I was nervous to start my first project without any starter code whatsoever but the project guidelines were clear and informative and starting from scratch provided the opportunity for me to be completely creative. Pushing students to be bold and brave is important in a new field!
Okori B. –
Great program and I would rate it as above expectations. I learned some new things especially in CSS that I haven’t known until now. Another awesome thing about the program is that it is self paced and good for people like me juggling between work, family and study.
Zsolt D. –
I am not entirely new to front end, i have taught myself for the last 3 months as much as i could but i felt that i need that extra push, and the assurance that what ii did was right not just wasting my time, i really enjoyed the first project, because it really felt like it was mine, not an idea from a course copied, can’t wait to get to the next project and prove myself that i am on the right path.
Theodor R. –
The program was very nice. I am a Computer Science graduate and working for 15+ years as a Software Developer, still the Nanodegree helped me grasp the starting point into Front End Development. The project are great, they pushed me into searching a lot of topics on the internet, Stackoverflow, etc and I am planning to continue polish them in the next one month. I enjoyed the program and I am planning to take some more Nanodegrees Full Stack and / or Data Science topics.
Robert T. –
I’ve just passed my first assignment (see attached). So far really loving this course so I just thought I’d keep a log of how its going in case I need to speak about it or if someone else in the team is interested in going through the course. The project is in a local git repo so you can go back to earlier revisions if needs be. Part 1: HTML & CSS They do recommend having some prior knowledge of HTML and CSS, I’d say develop at least 5 different responsive sites because they only really cover the basics like how to start a web page, linking a stylesheet to your HTML page, the box model. The biggest mistake I made the first submission was to not include the smaller CSS files in the main one and it took quite some time reworking the site into something that looked like my original idea. There is a whole section grid and flex layouts which I enjoyed because I’m a bit more old school in that I primarily use floats and absolute poistioning, which they don’t mention at all. There are some topics that they left out which I feel would of been useful (especially for the first assignment) but I don’t think they are being unfair in by not mentioning these: Figma or any other design software this is for wireframing and prototyping, there Accessiblity making sure its as easy for as many people as possible to use it