Before I began the Website Design I class here at Columbia College Chicago, I knew that this would come fairly easy to me, having been dabbling in website design since the days of nested tables and Internet Explorer’s dominance. What I didn’t expect was to learn a thing or two of why I code some of the things the way I do. I think it had become second nature to me to copy things that worked from other sites, and implement things from tutorials, but I didn’t always understand why they worked.
If anything, this class taught my how setting up nav elements the way that I have actually worked. It taught me to research new methods and learn how to implement them. It taught me that, while I know a lot, there’s always more room to learn. It taught me to keep pushing myself, and to keep learning about this exciting and evolving technology.
So, with that said, I’m wrapping up this blog. For my readers from Twitter, Tumblr, and Google+, I’ll be adding some of the past posts to my main blog at blog.mayzure.com, and will be adding to them in the coming months. My goal will be to update the blog with something new at least once a week, if not more. So feel free to join me on my main blog, and we’ll see you then!