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August 25, 2014
I like to start my articles with the conclusion – saves you time: Dreamweaver is not relevant in modern web design. Why? To make good websites, you need to understand the code behind the sites. You need to learn code. Dreamweaver does have a code editor but there are many more capable code editors out […]
August 1, 2014
Many K12 teachers are now being asked to teach web design for the first time. This presents a challenge since few teachers have professional web design and development experience.
I was approached about two years ago by a couple of schools who needed a way to more easily teach web design. Luckily, I had been working on an application that would more than just help: Studioweb is an interactive web design and programming training system that automates the teaching process:
- automated quizzing
- automated scoring
- automated hinting
All based around a proven turnkey curriculum that I’ve been training people with for years.
July 6, 2014
I recently got an email from someone who felt overwhelmed with all the apps they were trying to learn – Photoshop, Fireworks and Dreamweaver all at once can do that!
Do 1 thing at a time says I!
June 29, 2014
I am happy to announce that Studioweb is now being used as part of STEM education programs in the northeastern US.
Studioweb (that’s us!) continues to work with K12, community colleges, cultural centers and vocational schools to provide an easy understand curriculum in modern web design and programming.
June 18, 2014
It took us a week but my site on Apple’s Swift programming language has officially launched!
I decided that (once again) I had to walk my talk and explore a new programming language. Swift is a good one to learn for several reasons: