Jamesville, New York (PRWEB) October 13, 2011
Webucator, a leader in technical and business training, has announced two webinars that introduce attendees to the basics of web design. Attendees can start developing fresh web pages by attending these webinars. Each webinar will focus on introducing key web design concepts. Those interested in learning Dreamweaver should attend “Get Started with Adobe Dreamweaver” on October 27. Anyone looking to learn HTML is invited to “Introduction to HTML” on December 14. Each webinar will provide helpful tips and suggest key resources. Below are the details for both webinars.
Get Started with Adobe Dreamweaver Webinar: This webinar will discuss the capabilities of Dreamweaver and talk about planning your website. Attendees will learn about the interface, get a quick introduction to the tools, and watch as a very simple HTML page is created. There will also be Introduction to Dreamweaver course giveaways! Webinar will be held on October 27 at 1pm ET. Click to sign up for the Dreamweaver webinar.
Introduction to HTML Webinar: This webinar will explore basics of web design, the evolution of HTML, and the basic structure of an HTML page. Attendees will learn about resources to help them develop their web design skills. Selected attendees will win a free Introduction to HTML course. The webinar is scheduled for December 14 at 1pm ET. Click to sign up for the HTML webinar.
About the presenter: Allison Kenien has a passion for publishing content, both on the web and in print. She has a wide range of experience with Adobe products, including Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator, and Acrobat. She is the manager for the Syracuse Adobe User Group. Connect with her on Twitter @AllisonKenien.
Webucator provides online and onsite business and technical training, including web design training, Adobe training and more. Webucator has provided training to about half of the Fortune 100 Companies, and over 1,000 of our customers have volunteered to serve as references. Webucator is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS) and has a GSA contract. Learn more at http://www.webucator.com.