Introduction to Web Development

Want to find out what all the buzz is about? In this workshop you’ll learn the fundamentals of how the web works and build your own webpage from scratch.


Over the course of the 14-hour workshop, you’ll work with our dedicated instructor to create your very own web page and publish it on the web. You’ll be able to show your friends and family what you’ve built and have the satisfaction of seeing it live on the Internet. Trust us, it feels great.


Every web page is made up for content (text, images, etc.) and a layout/styling for that content. To author the content we’ll use HTML, to style it we’ll use CSS and Twitter Bootstrap and to animate it we’ll use jQuery.

Sample Workshop Projects

Following are links to websites built by past students and the instructor using only the skills taught in this class.

  • Student Site Example  – built during the 14-hour introduction to web development workshop. Student had minimal prior experience.
  • Domestic Violence Awareness Event Site – built by instructor using only HTML, CSS with a Bootstrap theme. These topics are all covered in the 14-hour workshop.


This workshop includes 14 hours of in-class instruction over a 2 week timespan. We meet on Wednesday nights and Saturday mornings.

Participant Profile:
No prior web development experience. Interested in learning the basics of web development.
System Requirements:
A Windows laptop or MacBook (3 years old or newer) is required for this workshop. Laptops are available for checkout for this workshop.
Cost: $250 Type: Workshop

Omaha (Brain Exchange)

1902 Howard Street, Omaha NE 68102
April 3-13
Duration:14 hoursSchedule:Tuesday & Friday 6p - 9:30p

Omaha (Brain Exchange)

1902 Howard Street, Omaha NE 68102
April 4-14
Duration:14 hoursSchedule:Wednesday, 6p - 9:30p and Saturday 9a - 12:30p