Phil, an Austrian that claims German and Austrian aren’t too different, has three passions in life: rock climbing, cooking and the web. While the first two are on and off again, he has always found himself entangled in the web in one shape or other. The thing that excites him most about being “a front-end guy”? The new capabilities that HTML5, CSS3 and the latest MV* frameworks are bringing to the table. The future is here, it’s in your browser.
Front-End Web Development
Making Websites 101
Are you interested in learning how to create websites, but you don't know where to start? With the amount of information online, it can be overwhelming and daunting
Front-End Web Development Info Session
Are you curious about General Assembly’s upcoming Front-End Web Development Course? Come hear from the instructor and GA alumni and figure out if this course is a fit for you.
What is Front-End Web Development?
If you want to better understand how the internet works together and what the difference is between the Front-End and the Back-End, then this class is for you.
Meet our next Front End Web Development Instructor
Come on down to GA Boston for a meet & greet with Jennifer Meade – Lead Instructor of our next Front End Web Development cohort starting on March 12th.
The Responsive Web: A Mobile First Approach to Web Design
This class will focus on the challenges and opportunities of responsive content and how to find a balance between controlling layouts and making your products responsive.
Introduction to HTML & CSS in 90 minutes
As we move to an increasingly digital world, as designers your role will continue to shift
Teaching at GA
Ever thought about teaching at General Assembly? Drop by our campus and find out more about the instructor experience and meet GA staff and community over drinks!
Web Development: Let's Break it Down Presented by General Assembly and Elance
Always wanted to get involved in web development but never been sure how to get started?
Designing for Multiple Devices Series
Explore the fundamentals of responsive design in this two-part series and understand how and when to design for context instead.