Intro to Front End Web Development: A Beginner’s HTML + CSS Workshop

Join AIGA Central PA and the Lancaster Front-End Meetup for a hands-on workshop on the essentials of front-end development. Together, we will help beginners get up and running with HTML and CSS basics. Bring your laptop and your thinking hat and get ready to dive into practical front-end knowledge!

This workshop is geared towards those with little or no experience in web design or development, but with an interest in getting your hands into a little bit of code. Participants will leave with an understanding of HTML and CSS, the knowledge needed to build and style a basic website, and resources to help you along the way as you continue to learn front-end web development.

From now until September 14th, AIGA Central PA will be offering the chance for it's members to apply for the Diversity in Design Event Scholarship. For more information check out the link or contact our President, Bri Piccari at president@centralpa.aiga.org.


Who should take this workshop?

  • If you manage or work alongside developers

  • If you design websites but don't know how to code

  • If you're an art / creative director for web experiences 

  • If you poses an interest in how websites are built



In this workshop, we will cover:

  • A brief history of HTML and the Web

  • The anatomy of a website and how they are built

  • Using HTML to build a well-structured web page

  • Styling a page with modern CSS

  • Where to go for resources and tips as you continue to explore web design and development


Contact Ryaan at ryaan@centralpa.aiga.org or Eric at Eclarkdesigns@gmail.com for more information.


Before You Come to the Workshop

You do not need experience in web design or development to participate in the course... but we do recommend having your own personal computer with a text editor installed.

There are numerous professional text editors available for free. We’ve listed our top three favorites below, any of which will allow you to build great sites at this workshop and throughout your career.


At the Workshop

  • Have fun!

  • Ask questions

  • Technical Assistents will be there to help.

  • Hour lunch break. 


After the Workshop

You will be given access to all material covered during the workshop which includes...

  • Slides and references 

  • Code Snippets and Examples

  • Field Notes (helpful resources, links, websites, tutorials, documentation and more)

  • Professional points of contact

  • eBook give away

When & Where
Sat, Oct 8, 2016 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM EDT
Pub Forge
24 East King Street
Lancaster, PA 17602