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Frontend Web Developer Course

About the course

During twelve weeks learn basic web development and how to build webpages. You will know the basics of the mostly commonly used programming languages for web development and master the tools of web development. After the course you will be able to build simple responsive webpages all by yourself.

We meet at Stripped Pizza each Saturday, 12th September – 28th November 2020, from 09:00 until 11:30. The basis is an online course that you can follow whenever you have time. You can ask questions anytime through our slack channel. Every third week you will finish a project, that is reviewed by us. During the Saturaday meetings you get further inputs on programming topics and can discuss your questions if you prefer to do that in person.

Who is this for?

The course is for anyone that is curious about how to build websites. This is a beginners course for those who are willing to spend a minimum of 5 hours per week on learning how to code.

We believe it is best to learn in a relaxed and cosy environment rather than a competitive one. That’s why learning with Code Excursion feels like meeting up for coffee with your friends.

What you will learn

  • How to structure content on webpages using HTML
  • How to style webpages using CSS
  • How to build responsive webpages for mobile, tablet and desktop
  • How to add forms to your webpages and what a request is
  • The basics of how to make your webpages interactive using JavaScript
  • Development tools such as Github, VS Code, Netlify, the terminal and more

What you will get

  • Build one project over three weeks. Learn new skills and build a creative web project every third week. This will then be reviewed by a coach.
  • Triweekly course bundle. Every third week you will get a bundle with new course material including video lectures, readings, a new project brief and practices. Plan your studies around what works for you.
  • Weekly knowledge sharing session. Meet weekly to share knowledge, demo your projects and code together.
  • Get support from our community. Join our community of hundreds other people that are learning how to code. Ask for help in our slack channel or get inspired by everything that gets shared on a daily basis.
our philosophy

Code Excursion is about peer-to-peer learning with an easy-going and inspiring community.


First Project

Your own portfolio

To start off your new programming hobby you need a portfolio to gather all your projects in. Let’s build one together.


  • How to structure webpages with HTML
  • How to style webpages using CSS
  • How to use Github and VS Code
  • How to publish your website

Second Project

Newspaper for mobile, tablet and desktop

Your second project will be to build something that most of us use everyday – a newspaper! The best thing is that it will work great for both mobile, tablet and desktop.


  • Understanding of the box model
  • How to make layouts using Flexbox
  • Responsive design using media queries
  • How to use Chrome dev tools

Third Project

Company webpage with signup form

It’s time to flex our code muscles and build a classic single-page site with a signup form. The page will also be responsive and work well for mobile and tablet.


  • How the internet works
  • How to use HTML forms and simple requests
  • What JavaScript is and what it’s used for
  • How to modify the DOM using JavaScript

Last Project

Food ordering bot

Lastly we’ll train our new JavaScript skills by building a small bot which will help you order food. We’ll practice the basics of JavaScript and also explore a bit more how the internet works.


  • Programming fundamentals in JavaScript such as variables, datatypes and arrays
  • Basic functions in JavaScript
  • How to use conditionals in JavaScript


CHF 1230

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Frequently Asked Questions

Once you buy the course, you can access the course material for one year after the course started. However, if you want to follow the Code Excursion meet-ups we highly recommend you to follow the course and your classmates.
All material except for the meet-ups is online and in a selfstudy format. You can plan your study time however you like, but we recommend that you keep to the triweekly schedule to get most out of the meetups.
Turn to our community on Slack for help if you need help while not being on-site There’s also a FAQ added to each project with the most asked questions
You will be able to build basic responsive websites using primarily HTML and CSS. You will master the most commonly used tools by developers and you will know some JavaScript to keep experimenting with after the course.
The course is organised in such a way that we can do it remotely without any problem.



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