Great course. I just finished it, and my confidence in being able to launch a new career has increased dramatically. I have other courses by Dan, and I enjoy his delivery and the way he engages the class. Yes, this is a basic primer, so if you've built websites before, maybe some of the info here will be repetitive. But for me it was perfect. There's still lots to learn. I feel I have the necessary foundation to move to the next level.
-- Ryan, 03 Feb 2019
This was a very useful course. I am not a web developer, but I have been wanting to develop some of these skills to apply to my own work. This course was exactly what I needed. I would highly recommend this course to anyone hoping to get started with Dreamweaver.
-- Aaron, 16 Dec 2018
I tried a creative live course and already I have learnt more in a very few minutes as opposed to having wasted hours and repetatively replaying her clip to understand what she was doing.
-- Malcolm, 22 Nov 2018
Hi, I'm Dan and in this free short-course we'll quickly go through all the basics to creating a simple responsive website using Dreamweaver CC 2018. We'll look at responsive web design techniques, as well as making sure you understand exactly what you're doing. We'll make the most of the most up to date web techniques, using HTML5 and CSS3 to present the best site possible. We'll use Media queries to manipulate the sites styling at different widths to give our site responsiveness.
I built this course for the super-newbies. I've even got fail-safe exercise files so you can never fall behind. This would be the perfect starting point for anyone that wants to dip their toes into building responsive websites. We'll make 3 different responsive points, desktop, tablet and mobile.
We'll start with defining the site in Dreamweaver. I'll give you a basic starting point of the site to get the ball rolling, then we'll preview our site and improve the responsiveness.
You'll need a copy of Dreamweaver CC 2017 or above. A free trial can be download from Adobe here.
No previous Dreamweaver or web design experience is necessary.
If you're not sure if this course is right for you. Email me what you’re trying to do and check if you’re on the right track.
Forum support from me.
All the techniques used by professional website designers.
Basic understanding of responsive web design.
YES: This course is for beginners. Aimed at people new to the world of web design. No previous Dreamweaver experience is necessary. People with knowledge of previous versions of Dreamweaver and below will also get great value from this course as the software has changed so much.
NO: This course is NOT suited to people experienced in using HTML & CSS. If you prefer to work in code only then this course isn’t right for you.