Nick Grace is a web developer and digital strategist with 22 years of development experience. He serves as Director of UX & Web Development at JBS International, Inc., a Bethesda-based Health and Human Services contractor, and leads a team of designers, developers, strategists, and project managers for federal projects. He is Acquia-certified for Drupal 8 and has specialized in Drupal development since 2009. He also has certifications in Google Analytics. He has served as an instructor for General Assembly’s Front-End Web Development course since 2014. Prior to joining JBS International in 2005, he worked for Pangeum Interactive, a digital agency that designed and developed sites for AmericaOnline, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and the Voice of America.
Front-End Web Development
Introduction to Google Analytics
Get to know the basics of using Google Analytics to track and evaluate performance and draw insights to improve your business.
Drupal Basics Bootcamp
Dive into the world of Drupal and learn about content types, views, blocks & themes as we build a site together.
Trial Class: Front-End Web Development
Curious about General Assembly’s Front-End Web Development course? Join us for a Trial Class - meet the instructor, get an intro to the curriculum, and experience a sample session.
How I Work - Front-End Web Design Panel + Wine & Donuts
How do professionals work from start to finish? From favorite tools and software to hacks and sources of inspiration, come learn a modern front-end web developer's workflow.
Considering a career as a web developer? Curious about what the day to day looks like for programmers? Come to a panel with GA alums and hiring partners to learn more.
The Road to Code
Navigate today’s coding landscape with help from local programming pros.
Coding 101: HTML & CSS
In this hands-on introductory workshop, we’ll learn about the web development community and how the web works.
Introduction to the Drupal Publishing Platform
In this two hour workshop, we'll introduce Drupal and what it can do, covering the basic concepts of content management systems.