In 2018, I decided to share my knowledge of web development through Skillshare.com.
Currently I have 4 published courses and over 1,000 total students.
Check out a list of my published courses below
Understanding Web Development: A Beginner’s Guide to the Web
So you want to become a web developer? Or least, want to know how the web works?
I don’t blame you. Web development is an in-demand skill that allows you work from anywhere and earn a great living.
Web development is what I learned back in 2015 that has allowed me to travel the world and work remotely for the last two years.
In this class, I’ll teach you all the basics that I think you need to know before choosing your long-term learning path in web development.
After taking this course, you will understand how the web works and how you can take part in building it.
Web Development Fundamentals: HTML & CSS
This class covers something that’s very fundamental when building for the web and that is the use of HTML and CSS. HTML is the markup language that gives structure to web pages and applications across the web and CSS is the style sheet language used for describing the presentation of HTML. HTML and CSS work very closely together to create the visual look and layout of your website or web application and so in this class, we’re about to cover them together. Whichever specific path you wish to follow as a web developer, one thing is for sure. You will definitely need some knowledge of HTML and CSS. So click on the link below and let’s get started!
How to Efficiently Build WordPress Websites with Divi
WordPress powers almost a third of the internet and so, if you’re looking to build a content-based website, you should totally be aware of WordPress.
Over the years, I’ve come to learn how to build WordPress sites ‘the right way’ and what I mean by that is ‘how to build sites efficiently that are also able to easily updated and maintained down the track.
You see, when I built my first WordPress site, I decided to build my own theme from scratch. I took a 7 hour class just to learn the basics and then spent the next few weeks, working on my website full-time to get it work.
Not only did it take me a long time to build, every time I want to update it, even just to change some text on a landing page, I need to jump into a the backend code and update the website manually.
Trust me, it’s a pain in the ass.
I wondered to myself, how do professional freelancers and agencies make WordPress sites. Surely, they don’t spend 40 hours a week building a single site? What am I missing here?
Well, it wasn’t until I spent months and years freelancing with WordPress, speaking to other developers and working for agencies that I realised ‘the right way’ to develop WordPress sites.
Now, don’t get me wrong. If you want to create your own theme to sell as a product on Themeforest or similar marketplaces be my guest but for building quick and highly customisable WordPress websites for clients, you don’t want to have to reinvent the wheel each time you’re tasked with a new site development.
So, in this course, I’m going to teach you how to develop and update WordPress websites much faster by customising a premium theme like Divi.
Divi is now what I use for developing all my own websites as well as websites for clients and I’ve found it to be one of the most versatile and efficient themes to create whatever layout or design you please.