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Everyone knows you need a website. What can you put together, though, if you can't hire a web developer?
We'll go over some of the services available to those of us who don't want to learn to code. On the way, we'll cover the building blocks of the internet. We'll go over (very!) basic coding that will help you as you get your own site together.
Everyone will walk away with some organization for their new website, a checklist of what they need when they're shopping for a provider, and some tools for creating useful web content.
Richard P.Building Your Own Website
This was my first Dabble class and I had a very positive experience. I thought the communication notices sent by email the day of the event were helpful reminders.
Susan H.Building Your Own Website
Great presentation of the basics as a springboard into more specific how-to questions. Very clearly presented and showed me some resources I hadn't heard of before.
Megan H.Building Your Own Website
A great introductory class for people who want to learn about websites. Lance shows you that you don't need to know "everything" about the internet to get started. I walked out of the class confident and ready to start trying. Look out, internet!
The life of Lance Brett Hall has followed a typical path: Lance's early interest in high energy physics led to a career in theater. As a nerd in his previous life, and an artist in this one, Lance knows how important it is to have a solid web presence. Lance started coding websites when he studied at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy. He went on to study directing and acting coaching under Pulitzer Prize nominee David Feldshuh at Cornell University. His projects since graduating have all involved him building his own websites. He is a member of the charter class of the Institute for Arts Entrepreneurship.