Create an 8-bit website
What you'll learn
- How to make an 8-bit style website
- 8-bit styling, sections and icons
- How to add a custom grid to your website
- Grid containers, rows and columns
- You should be familiar with basic HTML and CSS
Welcome to: Create an 8-bit website!
We'll be creating a retro-style 8-bit website that looks like it fits in with 90's Nintendo games. This style website is great for sharing portfolio pieces, hobby sites, and resume-style web pages.
In this course you'll follow me as I build a resume-style website, but feel free to adapt it to your vision.
*You should be somewhat familiar with basic HTML and CSS to get the most out of this course. Beginners knowledge of HTML is OK!
Who this course is for:
- Frontend web developers interested in retro 8-bit design
He is a professional web developer who's been developing websites and working with startups since 1999. He also has a broad set of skills in software, web development, and information technology.
Teaching over 250,000 students on Udemy alone, he's helped tens of thousands of people learn web development. From zero to hero and novice to ninja, he's considered a top teacher by thousands. With so much experience, why not give his experience and knowledge to others so they can fulfill their dreams?
The passion to learn and to share his knowledge by teaching and helping others is something that drives him. It's a passion he's had since he was born. Kalob's ability to turn complex programming concepts into easy-to-understands bits of knowledge has been called his "superpower".
Throughout the years, Kalob has built hundreds, if not thousands, of websites, and has created multiple companies from his ideas and software. He also provides one-on-one coaching and startup consulting to new organizations.
Teaching isn't an option in Kalob's life, but a moral obligation to pass on knowledge to others.