HTML, CSS & Web Design Circuit

This month, I finished General Assembly's HTML, CSS & Web Design Circuit. I was hesitant to enroll in the course at first -- I had already studied HTML and CSS through Codecademy, so why pay to learn the same thing again? But the high-quality videos, interactive exercises, classmates, and hosting of projects on GitHub made all the difference.

My project was a responsive homepage for a fictional agribusiness company, based on one of my team's clients: laurencaldwell.github.io/unit_9/index.html

To make the project extra relevant to my work, I used the World Bank's color palette and Flickr images.

This course was a lot of fun, so I'm planning to tackle another project related to front-end web design. JavaScript, perhaps?