The goal of the Front-End Web Developer Nanodegree program is to equip learners with the unique skills they need to build and develop a variety of websites and applications. A graduate of this Nanodegree program will be able to:
- Construct responsive websites using CSS, Flexbox and CSS Grid
- Automate application build and deployment using Webpack
- Improve offline performance of websites using Service Worker
Styled Blog Website – Create a multi-page blog website, using best practices for content and page styling with HTML and CSS.
Weather Journal – Combine data from the OpenWeatherMap API and client side (browser) HTML forms to create a web app that records a weather journal for users.
Article Analysis Website – Build a web tool that allows users to run Natural Language Processing (NLP) on articles or blogs found on other websites.
Study 10 hrs/week
Built in partnership with
AT&T, Google, GitHub
Graduates will be prepared for the following job opportunities:
- Front End Web Developer
- UI/UX Developer/Front End Designer
A UI/UX front-end web designer is responsible for applying interactive and visual design principles on websites and web applications for a positive and cohesive user experience. These developers use HTML, CSS, and other design tools to achieve responsive designs.
Types of companies
- Tech companies
- Government/Public service
- Financial services
- IT consulting
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise
- Amazon Web Services
- Digital Front-End Developer
- Web Application Developer
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