Prototyping responsive UI in HTML & CSS for Designers

15 August 2019, 13:00–18:00
London SE16 7AR
Beginners–Intermediate
10–12 students

What's on

Learn to prototype mobile-first responsive UI using HTML and CSS, which is extremely beneficial to understand how to design digital products, how to efficiently implement these, and speak the same language with software developers.

  • introduction into prototyping for designers
  • HTML basics
  • CSS basics
  • creating responsive layout using Bootstrap grid system
  • inspecting websites in-browser
  • how to collaborate with software developers
  • book recommendations
  • live QnA

You'll leave with plenty of knowledge on how to create basic layout in HTML using grid system (including responsive mobile website) and apply styling using CSS.

Who runs it

The School of UX speaker Sergei Golubev

This course is run by a professional UX & UI designer Sergei Golubev with 15+ years of experience working with Microsoft, Heathrow, British Gas and numerous startups.

Everyone is welcome

Suitable for beginners with no previous experience, as well as those who have already started exploring UX & UI design and want to spruce up their skills.

  • UX & UI designers
  • graphic designers
  • software developers
  • web designers
  • project managers
  • business analysts
  • startup founders
  • students

Our students come from different backgrounds

Everyone is welcome. Over 2000 students from different backgrounds and companies attended our courses — complete beginners, graphic designers, UX & UI designers, developers, PMs, BAs, marketers. Logos of the companies our students have come from

Our tutors are experienced designers

Our tutors are professional UX & UI Designers with 15+ years of experience working with FTSE 100 companies. We brought affordable UX education to 2000+ people since 2016 through mentoring, courses and conferences:

Our venue is just 5 minutes from central London

Our courses are run at Canada Water Library in London SE16 7AR. It's right outside Canada Water tube station, 5 minutes by tube from London Bridge.