The majority of tech startups use it. You see it every time you register to a new service. It is considered the number one activation channel for entrepreneurs: the landing page. But how do you actually go and build your own?
Whether you are an entrepreneur looking to launch your own service, a creative person who always wondered how it all works “behind the scenes”, or just curious to understand the “log in or get out” secret of the biggest startups, this event is for you.
The French Chamber and the IT Committee are pleased to propose this special workshop in partnership with Le Wagon Tokyo, during which you will learn to code and design your own landing page using HTML, CSS and the Twitter Bootstrap CSS library. The workshop will also cover a lot of design pro-tips to find icons, fonts and colors.
We are looking forward to seeing you at this exciting event.
About the workshop
Being a practical DIY workshop, we ask the participants to bring their laptop, and to install Sublime Text and Chrome before joining. The event is designed for complete beginners and will cover the following topics:
- Walkthrough of HTML and CSS core notions
- Discovery of lots of graphical tips and tools
- Introduction about Bootstrap and its responsive grid system
About the teacher
Paul Gaumer has been living in Tokyo since 2010 and has spent most of his career in the tech industry. After supporting the expansion of global brands in Japan on the business side, Paul dived into web programming thanks to Le Wagon to pursue his entrepreneurship ideas. Realizing both the potential of Japanese innovation and the need for disruptive talents, Paul co-founded Le Wagon Tokyo to support creative entrepreneurs build amazing products in Japan.