HTML and CSS Course

Build responsive websites studying the last trends in HTML and CSS. Learn the skills for designing, publishing and maintaining websites for personal or professional use.

Learn how to design a page layout, building web pages with HTML, styling pages with CSS, adding Google maps, Facebook and Twitter feeds, and YouTube videos.

16 hours of lessons to build a solid background.
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The lesson will be every Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm GMT
After 24 hours a recorded video of the lesson will be available for the students interested to review the lesson

We have courses every month, just drop us a line to book your spot.
Date for the following courses:

23 May 2016                                                                 20 June 2016


Using the online platform available on the Blackboard, the students will practice the concepts explained during the lessons and develop a confident set of skills based on knowledge acquired by experience rather than theory

You may also schedule 1-to-1 sessions with your Tutor or a Teaching Assistant to ask specific questions and get help on particular topics. These sessions are in a limited number and the reservations are taken based on a first come – first served policy, subjected to a fair use


  • Martin Ruskov, PhD
    Martin Ruskov, PhDHead of Training

    Martin is a developer and researcher of interactive media. Because of the exposure that internet provides, Martin’s media of choice is the Web and the technology stack that it supports. During his career, he has developed a number of websites and web apps for different purposes, from interactive storytelling, online publishing, awareness development, and learning

  • Vasil Atanasov
    Vasil AtanasovFront End Development Tutor

    Vasil is a professional trainer and Senior Developer Team Leader with extensive experience working in HTML and CSS, JavaScript and jQuery, PHP and many other languages both Front and Back End. He has a strong passion for teaching and to help people to develop their skills


  • Why a course on digital subject matters?
    Gaining experience in the digital industry is an essential 21st century skill. Learning digital skills opens up new chances to find a job and improving your current positions. But developing your digital skills will also give you the knowledge to understand how our world works. You will be able to look under the hood and understand why and how ever more pervasive algorithms and software shape the world we live in.
  • How quickly will I find a new job?
    We cannot make promises. But industry data shows that in the US market, a student that successfully completes a course on Digital Matter, like Front-End or iOS app developing and Digital Marketing, on average finds a new, better paying job in three to four months.
  • Why an online course?
    The best schools used to be available only to few students: the ones that lived around the school or could leave their home and spend weeks or even years in another city to attend classes. Technology allows us to offer high-quality education to whoever has access to a computer and a broadband internet connection, without any additional cost that is not directly related to study: no travel costs, no renting fees.
  • Why a live online course?
    A live teacher makes a lesson easier to follow, he can answer questions and integrate the learning material with last-hour news. The Internet is also full of learning tools but statistics show that about 95% of the students don’t get to the end of self-teaching courses and many are discouraged by complex topics. The live classroom environment with a limited number of students is the best learning environment: it fosters a positive group dynamics between teacher and students making the lessons richer, interactive, productive, easier to comprehend keeping the students motivated. A live teacher can answer questions and explore topics in detail.