I missed out on the intro workshop to CSS and HTML as part of TOA, but I'd like to organize an advanced beginner CSS workshop to build on what you've already taught in the beginner workshop.
What's an advanced beginner?
Someone who already knows
- the difference between CSS and HTML
- how to change color, font style, font size in CSS
- about Twitter Bootstrap
- basic syntax for CSS
Someone who wants to learn
- how to use the box model for mobile-first design
- how to use transitions with position changes
- how to calculate elastic
- how to know when to use Twitter Bootstrap / HTML5 Boilerplate
/ other frameworks
- semantic HTML
I think the workshop would be just 4-5 hours on a weekend afternoon, so we obviously can't cover all of those topics--maybe just one in real depth. (My preference would be how to use transitions with position changes so that it feels like you're opening presents with your mouse clicks.)
Opinions and feedback on the workshop topics very much welcome.
I know that Bastian would like to coach--anyone else?
I will email co.up and ask for some open weekend afternoons and put that into a doodle, so that potential coaches can decide on a date that works best for them after which we can then find learners.