Code Boot Camp – Basics of Frontend Web Design

Sat, Oct 6, 2018 - Sat, Oct 13, 2018 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
The Art Institute of Las Vegas
2350 Corporate Circle
Henderson, NV 89074

Ready to get CODE Hearted with Las Vegas AIGA? Learn the basics of frontend web design in two Saturdays, including HTML, CSS, and Javascript essentials. At the end of the course you’ll be ready to take on your first website project and will have a solid foundation to build on. Zero base knowledge is needed as this course is designed for beginners. Let’s get this started!

Las Vegas AIGA is thrilled to partner with CODE Hearted Las Vegas to focus on teaching the foundation skills of successful web development. Our lead instructor is Chris Sevilleja, Google Developer Expert and founder of, a coding tutorial resource. Chris is a veteran of the web design world and a frequent presenter at web design conferences. Chris has teamed up with Sarah Jorgenson, who attended a coding bootcamp, and was inspired to make coding her life. Sarah works as a R&D Content Engineer at Auth0. Together, Sarah and Chris are the founders of CODE Hearted, an energetic, Las Vegas-based meetup dedicated to helping others learn and building our coding community through sharing knowledge and experience.

Each of the two 8-hour Saturdays runs from 9am-5pm, and consists of three hours of lecture and four hours of assisted, hands-on coding. Our lunch breaks will be one hour.

Giving Back: AIGA and CODE Hearted designate 25% of the proceeds from this Code Bootcamp to create a scholarship for an Art Institute of Las Vegas student pursuing web design or development as a part of their bachelor’s level studies and future ambitions. Thank you to The Art Institute of Las Vegas for providing lab space for our inaugural Coding Bootcamp.  Remaining proceeds from Code Boot Camp benefit Las Vegas AIGA, a 401c non-profit organization committed to the advancement of design, and CODE Hearted, a Las Vegas-based coding meetup group.



Where can I park at the event?

Parking is free at the Art Institute of Las Vegas.


What should I bring to the event?

We recommend you bring a pen and notepad to take notes. If you prefer to use your own computer you are welcome to bring a laptop.


Who can I contact for more information?

If you have any questions please reach out to Thomas Speak, Vice President of AIGA Las Vegas at