Learn to make websites with Google's Material Design Lite
- 5.5 hours on-demand video
- 17 articles
- 20 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Create a beautiful website using elements from Google's Material Design Lite Framework
- Understand how to navigate some of the pitfalls that developers fall into when creating Material Design Websites
- Basic understanding of HTML and CSS
- A Text editor
Google's Material Design philosophy has been making waves in the design world and has now unified all interfaces used by Google. Including all of their websites and the apps they have available within the Android space.
The opportunity for developers to incorporate this Material Design philosophy into their own arsenal for front end development is now here. Google'e released the official framework for front end implementation of Material Design called Material Design Lite.
This course will take you through all the ins and outs of this framework. Including all Material Elements and Layouts as well as explaining some of the design and semantic coding considerations behind these elements.
If you are interested in responsive material layouts for the websites you build, then you should certainly learn the Material Design Lite framework, and what better time to start than right NOW?
- This course is intended for people who have a basic knowledge of HTML and CSS and are wanting to expand their abilities. Knowledge of any other HTML and CSS framework such as Bootstrap or Foundation is NOT required. This course is great for those interested in Google's Material Design philosophy or just developers wanting to integrate some material design elements into their workflow. This course will also suit beginners looking to improve their skills.
- You should not take this course if you are not interested in developing sites with the Material Design look and feel. The course strictly focused on how to implement this look and feel into your sites using Google's new framework