Hi everyone. My name is Gary Simon. Welcome to my course, Building Websites with Foundation 6. I've been a freelance designer for the last 15 years and I've worked with countless clients on a wide variety of projects. Foundation boasts itself as being the most advanced front-end framework in the world. Foundation for sites enables you to go from prototype to production with very minimal work. Some of the major topics that we will cover include: integrating Foundation with a project, using the Foundation grid, typography and forms, using Foundation plugins and much more. By the end of the course you will have the confidence needed to start using Foundation in your own projects. I hope you'll join me on this journey to Building Websites with Foundation 6.
Foundation 6 is one of the most popular front-end frameworks out there right now. This course will teach you how to build websites from prototype to production. Building website prototypes from scratch is always a pain. Creating CSS from scratch to deal with layout structure, type, forms and other elements is also never fun. Fortunately, the Foundation front-end framework handles all of that, and much more. In this course, Building Websites with Foundation 6, you'll learn the steps of building websites with Foundation 6. First, you'll discover all of the ways you can get up and running with Foundation. This will include integrating Foundation as fast as possible, to using a CLI (Command Line Interface) for creating a more robust development environment. Next, you'll cover all of the topics that are necessary to using Foundation, such as using the grid system, typography, forms and more. Finally, you'll explore Foundation Plugins to take your projects even further. While you focus on all of these topics, you'll construct a single layout. In the very last video, you'll take this prototype layout and transform it into a polished website. By the end of this course, you should have a fantastic understanding of how to use Foundation as the basis for your next website project.