Advanced Styling with Responsive Design

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/responsivedesign

Advanced Styling with Responsive Design Principles
In this course, you will learn how to apply design principles and guidelines to a client-centered approach to web design. You will be encouraged to think of design as a social and collaborative process, and you will learn key principles to follow in order to apply that thought process to a client-centered project. You will learn how to communicate your design intent in a way that is compelling, so that your client understands what they are getting, and that their efforts are not being wasted. You will also learn how to make design simple and elegant so that it can be easily integrated with other disciplines in the design cycle. Your learning process will be facilitated through hands-on experience in the use and modification of basic stylesheets in CSS, and you’ll have opportunities to practice and share your own style preferences. You’ll also learn and practice a variety of techniques to apply design principles across the entire design cycle, including use of markup, color, and typography.

This is the second course in the three-part series: Advanced Styling with Responsive Design. The objective of this course is to:
– redirect you from ideation to end-use of your project, and the subsequent design cycle;
– expose you to a range of techniques to apply design principles and guidelines to a client-centered approach;
– give you a firm foundation for subsequent design development across the entire design cycle, including use of markup, color, and typography;
– give you a set of tools and techniques to modify basic stylesheets and CSS to apply your own style preferences, without the need for additional software.

Recommended background: You should be comfortable with programming in node.js, and have some familiarity with how the web works. You should also have some background in programming in C/C++, especially C++11. You should have some experience in programming in the C# language, especially with regards to using libraries and code analysis; and you should have a working knowledge of how to use tools to diagnose problems and compile and link code. You should have some experience with databases and SQL, especially with regards to replication.

This course was developed by Lightroom Team, and is owned by Lightroom Foundation, Inc. in the U.S.A.Lutric and integrative photo opportunities.Photo Editing with Lightroom
T-Virus & Photo Albums
E-Photo & Universal Images
BMI & MUI Forums
Advanced Management of Geographical Indications and Quality Control
In this course, you will learn about different types of indicators and how to use them to evaluate the quality of a project.

Learners will benefit from working with a team. Gain insight into the needs of the project, its variables, and the project management process. Gain practical experience in project risk and contingency planning.

This course is

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/responsivedesign

Coding for Designers, Managers, & Entrepreneurs II

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/uva-coding-for-design-managers-2

Coding for Designers, Managers, & Entrepreneurs II
This course is designed to provide you with an understanding of key design principles for the future of your organization and for your team. You’ll learn key reasons for good design and how to approach design with an open mind, so that you can determine what works and what doesn’t, and focus on the key design principles you will need to know to optimize your design. You’ll also learn key techniques to help you build great design systems. Finally, you’ll get hands-on experience in building design components out of simple building blocks. You’ll also learn how to apply different design principles to different contexts, and to build a variety of design systems.

This is the second course in the specialization Design Principles for Entrepreneurs and Managers. Note that this course is intended for business owners, managers, and other executive level professionals who are looking to ‘up’ their game and become better designers and managers. This course is not designed for individuals who are looking to improve their design skills, or for learners who are just looking for a general understanding of design.The Problem-Solving Process
Coding for Design
Coding for Team
Coding for Entrepreneurs and Managers
Data Structures and Programming for Data Science
This course teaches you how to use data structures to implement highly efficient programs in C++. You learn by example how to use data structures to implement algorithms that work for large graphs, and to write programs that work for large graphs, in both C++ and Python. You learn core algorithm concepts that apply to both procedural and object-oriented programming, and how to use design patterns to extend your solutions beyond the data structures that are fundamental for implementing efficient algorithms. You learn how to use design patterns to avoid recursion and to use threads to ensure thread independence. Throughout the course, you will use a variety of data structures to implement efficient algorithms, including: natural-looking trees, linked lists, trees, and hashtables. You learn how to use data structures to implement more efficient algorithms, and you also learn how to use threads to ensure thread independence.

This course uses the Boost.Python programming model, which is a hybrid between C++ and Python. You should have already completed “Boost.Python for C++” (https://www.coursera.org/learn/python-boost-python) before starting this course.Lists and Trees
Lists
Hashtrees
Threads
Data Management and Security Actors
This course teaches you the basic principles of data management and security. Data management is important! We all work with data, and we should expect that all of our data will eventually end up in some data center or other. In this course, we’ll learn what data is and how it is managed.

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/uva-coding-for-design-managers-2

Coding for Designers, Managers, & Entrepreneurs III

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/uva-coding-for-design-managers-3

Coding for Designers, Managers, & Entrepreneurs III: Understanding Scrum
This course will introduce participants to the basics of the Scrum team-based development process, including roles of the developer, designer, and implementer. Throughout the course participants will learn how to apply the Scrum methodology to their projects, and gain skills in how to effectively use the Scrum methodology in their project process.

This is the third course in the series: Programming for People, Programming for Entrepreneurs, and Programming for Managers. The course is the third in a sequence of three that covers the topic of programming in C++.

Module 1: Scrum for People
In this module you will be introduced to the Scrum process and what it means for programming in C++. You will learn how to get great results by working with small sets of people, and how to know when you have a good project. You will also learn how to structure your project, and when it makes sense to stop. You will also learn how to structure the tasks that you will do, and when they make sense to stop. You will also learn how to keep your project organized, and you will demonstrate that understanding the basic concepts of Scrum is enough to get you and your team moving in the right direction.

Module 2: Structure Your Project
This module will introduce the framework that you will use to organize and run your project. You will understand the different responsibilities within a project, and what each role does. You will learn how to sort out the small from the large, and you will master your own project. You will also learn how to identify issues and design a process to address them. You will also learn how to identify and deal with user interface (UI) problems, and you will master your own project.

Module 3: Identify Tasks and Track Projects
This module will give you the opportunity to identify Tasks and Track Projects within your project scope. You will also learn how to use Scrum to organize your project. You will also learn how to master your own project. You will also learn to identify and deal with User Interface (UI) problems, and you will master your own project.

Module 4: Manage Your Projects
This module will show you how to manage your projects. You will also learn how to associate the Scrum process with a specific project scope. You will also learn how to identify and deal with User Interface (UI) problems, and you will master your own project.

Module 5: Develop Your Skills
This module will show you how to improve your skills so that you can manage more effectively. You will also learn how to identify and fix Tasks and Track Projects. You will also learn how to find and fix Issues, and you will master your own project.

Module 6: Have More Fun
This module will show you how to increase your productivity by having more fun. You will also learn how to increase your game by having more fun.

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/uva-coding-for-design-managers-3

Interactivity with JavaScript

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/javascript

Interactivity with JavaScript
In this course, you will learn how to use different coding methods to implement different interfaces in your JavaScript applications. You will use different styles of JavaScript, and you will learn how to use JavaScript events to make your code more interactive. You will also learn how to use JavaScript classes and object oriented programming to make your code more efficient. You will also learn how to use JavaScript GUIs (Global and Local Variables) to make your code more interactive. You will also learn about the differences between functional and object oriented programming. You will use the jQuery library to implement more advanced interfaces in your JavaScript applications.

This is the third course in the specialization. The course assumes that you have completed the “JavaScript Basics” course in the specialization and that you have gained the knowledge and skills needed to write JavaScript programs. “JavaScript Complete” will be a peer-reviewed course that focuses on the topics discussed in this course. To get a head start on learning these topics, we highly suggest that you take “JavaScript Basics” and “JavaScript Fundamentals” courses. Getting started with JavaScript is only the first step if you want to move on to more advanced topics such as data structures, object oriented coding, and debugging. You should also understand how to use the command line and the python interpreter in order to get a feel for how to use JavaScript programs in the real world.Be aware that this course uses the command line interpreter which is available for free under a MIT license.Getting Started with JavaScript
Object Oriented Programming in JavaScript
Events and DOM Events
Classes and Objects
Intercultural Communication and Conflict Resolution
Intercultural Communication and Conflict Resolution is a growing area of importance considering the pace and volume of global transactions.

This course will cover five topics in intercultural communication and conflict resolution. Firstly, we will consider the various dimensions of intercultural interactions, including face-to-face, in-person and telephone conversations. We will also consider how culture shapes individual differences and how these differences can influence conflict. We will consider the different dimensions of intercultural communication including cultural expectations, stereotypes, the nature of religious and cultural traditions, communication styles, and conflict management strategies. We will also discuss how culture can influence conflict through language. Finally, we will consider strategies for dealing with conflict through negotiation and through teaching and service.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
• Cultivate effective responses in intercultural communication
• Understand the dimensions of intercultural interactions and the processes that influence conflict
• Understand the different dimensions of intercultural interactions and conflict resolution processes
• Perform effective responses in intercultural communication
• Teach and practice different intercultural communication methods
• Understand the different intercultural communication styles
• Discuss the process of intercultural communication and the different dimensions of inter

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/javascript

Introduction to Meteor.js Development

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/meteor-development

Introduction to Meteor.js Development
This course is an introduction to Meteor development. Meteor is a client-side application framework for developing web applications. The course assumes some familiarity with JavaScript, HTML, and CSS.

The first course in this specialization is Introduction to Meteor. Meteor is the first major version of Meteor that is directly available to end users. It is a client-side application framework that makes heavy use of the power of the Meteor Cloud.

In the next course we will work on the server side development of Meteor. The first part of the course covers installing and using Meteor using NPM and bundler. We will also use Bootstrap 4 as a design language for the web page.

The course can be taken as a standalone course or as part of the specialization. In the future it may be purchased separately or as part of the specialization.Week One
Week Two
Week Three
Week Four
Introduction to Typography
Typography is the application of light to express ideas and information through the use of type. The emphasis of this course is on the use of type in the creation of visual design principles and guidelines. Drawing on the practical skills learned in my earlier course on Computer Graphics, this course gives you a hands-on understanding of how type works, with the goal of applying it to your own projects.

This course will introduce you to the basics of type, highlighting the importance of the concept as an essential mechanism for conveying information through the use of type. We will consider the different basic types of type, including single and multiple line, graphic and object, text and non-text, and control and appearance. We will also consider the conventions used to identify and adhere to standards. We will look at the conventions for programming and providing control through the use of JavaScript, as well as for using the JavaScript standard for its own purposes.Introduction to Typography
Object and Control
Programming in JavaScript
Conventions For Type Checking
Introduction to the Language of Things
This course introduces the language of today’s electronics and robotics, explaining its history and origins, and giving you a basic understanding of the design and use of modern robotics. The course will focus on practical applications of the language, including understanding its strengths and limitations, and performance and parallelism.

The course will cover topics such as state and read access control, timing, interrupts, scheduling, signal generation, communications, and of course I’m not going to teach you how to program in any detail. I’m going to focus on the language itself, and how to use the language effectively.

This course is designed for anyone with some experience programming in C/C++, or a familiarity with the other language. It is ideal for students taking a first language-level course, or even students starting out in computer science

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/meteor-development

Introduction to Web Development

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/web-development

Introduction to Web Development
This course will introduce you to the basics of web development and web technologies. You will learn about the different technologies and frameworks that are used to develop web sites today. You will also learn about the basics of development using HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Ruby on Rails. You will use your own tools to create real web sites and applications.Introduction to Web Development
Introduction to Programming
Introduction to Ruby
Ruby on Rails
Introduction to Data Visualization
This course will demonstrate how to visualize data by using data sets from the social web. You will learn about data sets and how to identify sources of variation. You will learn about sources of variation and how to detect and overcome sources of variation. You will learn about statistical measures of variability and how to evaluate the statistical significance of phenotypic variation in a population. Finally, you will use statistical methods to construct confidence intervals. You’ll also learn to visualize data using charts and draw graphs of variation in a population. This course is designed to take learners on a journey to exploring the basic concepts and applications of the social web.Introduction to Data Visualization
Introduction to Statistical Methods
Statistical Measures of Variability
Confounding
Introduction to Design Thinking for Innovation
What is innovation? What kinds of innovations are good? What are the most innovative ideas always? What are the most innovative organizations? What are the most innovative product categories? What are some of the most innovative business models? What are some of the most innovative niches? What are some of the most innovative applications of mathematics? What are some of the most innovative business models in the world of business? What is innovation?

This course is designed to help you answer these questions and many others as you learn to think more creatively and productively. You will learn to identify, analyze and solve problems more productively and methodically. You will also learn how to think critically and creatively about how you are going to use the knowledge you’ve acquired throughout the course.

During the course, we’ll show you how to use design thinking to identify, define and solve problems more productively and methodically. We’ll also help you spot and overcome obstacles in your path. We’ll provide you with some tools and concepts to make your life as a designer easier. We’ll show you how to locate and use truly valuable data sets. We’ll show you how to systematically research and understand your data sets so that you are not just reading about them, but also applying what you read to solve problems and create interesting and novel designs. We’ll show you how to use design thinking to identify and overcome obstacles in your path. We’ll help you spot and overcome obstacles in your path. We’ll help you use design thinking to identify and overcome barriers

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/web-development

Introduction to Web Development

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/web-development

Introduction to Web Development
This course is designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of the Internet and a basic understanding of the Web. We’ll work through the basics first, then move on to more advanced topics like server-side development and databases. We’ll start our journey with a guide to the Web server that will help you learn more about the Web server as you develop. We’ll then demonstrate how to build a simple Web page using Bootstrap 4. We’ll work our way through the different aspects of Web development from server-side development and ASP.NET MVC. Finally, we’ll take a look at Web Models and ASP.NET Core.

In this course, you’ll learn:
Use the Web to find information
Get information from the Web
Model the Web
Use the Web to build a full page
Get information from the Web
Create a page using CSS
Get information from the Web
Model the Web
Use the Web to build a full page
Create a page using ASP.NET MVC
Get information from the Web
Model the Web
Use the Web to build a full page
Create a page using ASP.NET Core
Get information from the Web
Model the Web
Use the Web to build a full page
Create a page using ASP.NET Core and ASP.NET MVC
Get information from the Web
Model the Web
Use the Web to build a full page
Create a page using ASP.NET Core and ASP.NET MVC
Get information from the WebModel
Model the WebModel
Use the WebModel to build a page
Create a page using ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Core
Get information from the WebModel
Model the WebModelClasses
Use the WebModel to build a page
Create a page using ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Core
Get information from the WebModel
Model the WebModelClasses
Use the WebModel to build a page

This course is part of the

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/web-development

Programming Foundations with JavaScript, HTML and CSS

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/duke-programming-web

Programming Foundations with JavaScript, HTML and CSS
In this course, you’ll learn how to build interactive, mobile-friendly apps that will eventually run in a browser. You’ll start by learning how to add features to your own web pages by using the Web Components library. You’ll then learn how to use JavaScript variables, functions and functions as linkable objects. You’ll learn how to create a grid layout using Styling with GridLayout. You’ll also learn how to use JavaScript event listeners and how to add interaction with the user through the Touch Events API. You’ll use JavaScript object injection for interaction and later use classes and objects to implement the UI for your own project. You’ll learn how to use classes and objects later in this specialization to implement the user interface in more complex apps.

At the end of this course, you should be able to:
1. Logically design your first app
2. Leverage the full power of the JavaScript language
3. Extend your existing web app by adding additional classes and objects
4. Install and use JavaScript libraries
5. Use JavaScript event listeners and event listeners for interaction
6. Add and extend classes and objects
7. Use classes and objects to implement the UI for your own project

In the next course in the specialization, you will design a more advanced, full-featured full-stack full-calculus app that you can extend and use as many times as you like, e.g. for multiple projects.Module 1: Getting Started with JavaScript
Module 2: Initializing Your App
Module 3: Classes and Objects
Module 4: JavaScript Variables, Functions and Functions as Linkable Objects
Programming languages for software engineering
This course is the entry point for many new programmers entering the field of software engineering. Today, the language of choice for building more complex and sophisticated applications is C/C++ (also known as Java). Although C/C++ is a very powerful language, it is a very human-oriented one and not very suitable for beginners. This course assumes that you already have some programming experience, but if you do not have experience, this course will help you gain some valuable practice in the programming language.

This course will introduce you to the fundamentals of software engineering including object-oriented programming, functional programming and object-oriented interfacing. We will get you up and running quickly by building a small functional application that will eventually be moved to the big picture. We will use C++11 to make the application bigger and better structured. You should have already done the course Introduction to C++ Programming. The course also assumes that you are comfortable with basic Unix-like operating systems and basic programming in general.

The course is mainly targeted at professional software engineering students who are looking to significantly extend their programming knowledge and skills in software development. It also applies to enthusiasts who want to learn a little more about programming and how to improve their

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/duke-programming-web

Responsive Website Development and Design Capstone

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/responsive-web-design-capstone

Responsive Website Development and Design Capstone
In this course, you will design a responsive website using Bootstrap 4. You will work on a site that utilizes Bootstrap 3 and an AngularJS application. You will use the materials and layout frameworks to create a responsive web page. You will also learn how to use the Bootstrap CSS Framework and the JavaScript object oriented style sheet to create the desired design. You will learn about AngularJS, which is used to simplify development of responsive websites. You will also learn about modularizing your Javascript code and how to use the Bootstrap CSS Grid Layout Component. You will never build a website using Bootstrap again!

Note: This is the second course in the responsive web design and development specialization. The first specialization is focused on developing the required skills to create an HTML5 responsive application.Module 1: Introduction and Overview of Responsive Web Design
Module 2: Framing the Page: The Bootstrap CSS Framework
Module 3: Framing the Page: The Bootstrap CSS Grid Layout Component
Module 4: Framing the Page: The AngularJS Application
Understanding the Orient: Eastern Philosophy
This course is an introduction to Eastern philosophy, based on the study of Plato, Aristotle, and other thinkers. The course covers the major themes of Eastern philosophy: politics, ethics, religion, the economy, and aesthetics. The course begins with a discussion of the nature of reality (including human nature and the conditions of our existence), then moves to the region of the world (including the cultural context of the people living in that region), and finishes with a discussion of the role of philosophy in promoting human welfare. The course also explores the nature of individual action and the role of the individual in promoting social justice.In the Beginning
The Nature of Reality
Ethics
Philosophy and The Role of the Individual
Understanding Financial Statements: Corporate Financial Statements
This course is an introduction to the basics of corporate financial statements. The first module focuses on understanding the role of accounting for investing and financing. In the second module, we discuss financial statements in relation to companies and the public at large. The third module will focus on understanding asset values, liabilities, and contingencies. The course concludes with a discussion of dividends and capital expenditures. This course is a great course to start with for those interested in studying corporate finance. The introductory level of the course is intended to act as a base for those interested in more advanced coursework. Those who have no prior knowledge of corporate finance will find much to enjoy in this course.Module 1: Introduction to Corporate Financial Statements
Module 2: Accounting for Investment
Module 3: Financeing Corporate Finance
Module 4: Dividends and Capital Expenditures
Understanding the Law of the Sea
This course is an introduction to the basics of law in

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/responsive-web-design-capstone

Responsive Web Design

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/responsive-web-design

Responsive Web Design
Responsive design, or web design that uses the web to its maximum potential, is the application of design to the digital world. This is the application of principle – the application of design to the tools that we use every day to make decisions. This is the application of technology – the application of computing to the web. In this course, you will learn how to apply principles of visual design, user interface design, and programming in a practical and user friendly way. You will also learn the foundational skills needed to get started with these design based programming and HTML5. We will use the free cross-platform web-client XULRunner for Mac and Linux. This course is intended for programmers who want to get a head start on coding HTML5 into their programs. It is meant to be an easy introduction to responsive web design as a first step towards learning how to build bigger and better websites with HTML5.

This course can be taken as a part of the HTML5 in Action programme, or as a standalone course. There are no additional fees to take this course or get the extra credit at the end of the course.Web Design as a Service
Responsive Layout
Creating Responsive Design
Responsive Web Design
Resilience in Children Exposed to Trauma, Disaster and War: An Introduction to Human Development
In this course, we will learn about resilience in children at risk of experiencing trauma, war, natural and man-made disasters, and social/political instability. We will explore the causes and development of resilience in children at risk of experiencing trauma, war, natural and man-made disasters, and social/political instability. We will explore the causes and development of resilience in children at risk of experiencing trauma, war, or witnessing war. We will also discuss how cognitive, behavioral, and physical responses to trauma, war, and natural and man-made disasters can affect children and their families. We will discuss how these responses may vary across people, including different ethnic, cultural, religious, and geographic backgrounds, and they may also differ according to the level of conflict. The course also focuses on the human dimensions of resilience in children. We will look at the dimensions of resilience in children from a variety of different backgrounds, including socio-economic status, health, education, family, community, and behavioral/emotional responses. The course also focuses on the human dimensions of resilience in children from different backgrounds, including socio-economic status, health, education, family, community, and behavioral/emotional responses. The course also focuses on the human dimensions of resilience in children at risk of experiencing trauma, war, or witnessing war. We will also look at how cognitive, behavioral, and physical responses to trauma, war, and natural and man-made disasters can affect children and their families. We will also look at the causes and development

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/responsive-web-design