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Web Design Learning Center Of NJ Helps Develop Successful Career Paths

Web Design Learning Center of New Jersey, based in Rochelle Park, can help people learn the basics of web design.
Web Design Learning Center of New Jersey, based in Rochelle Park, can help people learn the basics of web design. Photo Credit: Contributed

ROCHELLE PARK, N.J. -- People who enjoy working with computers can develop a lengthy and successful career path by learning web design.

With computers now a necessary part of everyday business and life, creating, developing and updating websites is chockful of job opportunities. Web Design Learning Center of New Jersey, based in Rochelle Park, can help people get started on learning web design.

“The web is the future,’’ said Elias Ocasio, the owner of Nariel LLC, which owns Web Design Learning Center. “It’s going to keep growing, too. Students who want good paying jobs with good job security and have an aptitude for technology and design will flourish in this field.”

“The web is the future. It’s going to keep growing, too. Students who want good paying jobs with good job security and have an aptitude for technology and design will flourish in this field.” -- Elias Ocasio of Web Design Learning Center of NJ

Web design can be incredibly complicated, but starting is simple. People who know what folders and text files are can begin to learn web design.

Skills build from there. “A website is primarily made of HTML and CSS code,’’ Ocasio said. “You’ll learn from the ground up, how to use both languages and how to use them correctly and effectively.”

Web Design Learning Center of NJ students learn in hands-on setting that teach basics. At the end of the first class, students will have created a website from scratch using images, smart layouts, CSS styles and navigational menus.

Over the course of the program, students will learn editing, and working with images, color and content.

Web Design Learning Center of New Jersey offers six courses in its certificate web design program, which can be taken individually or collectively. The six-course program costs $3,600 if all of the units are taken collectively, a 27 percent savings from the cost if they are taken individually.

“Not only will you be well-equipped to take your coding abilities to the next level, but you will also be able to transform your website for increased responsiveness,’’ Ocasio said.

For more information, click here to visit the Web Design Learning Center of New Jersey website.

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