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What web trends will we see take over in 2022? Trends come and go quickly, so it’s important for designers and developers to be up-to-date on the latest. Those learning web design, such as middle school and high school students, should also know the latest trends as they grow in potential careers. Let’s take a look at the design styles and techniques that will be in demand throughout this year. Accessibility There are over 3

At CTeLearning we are proud to work with young professionals seeking to develop their skills for the rapidly evolving world of work. Megan B., who interned with CTeLearning as a web developer for the past six months, is a perfect example of this. She has gone from winning an award in the summer 2021 SkillsUSA web development competition to interning with CTeLearning to recently landing a full-time web development job—all in just half

As we close out the end of 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic remains as relevant as it has ever been in the last 18 months. For schools, this means being flexible to adapt to new outbreaks and recommendations by health departments and government bodies. This can include shifting to a hybrid learning model with part-time in the classroom and part-time at home, or it can include fully remote learning where students learn 100% from

Anyone who has been around websites for some time will remember that “webmasters” once did it all. Webmasters were the ones who created, managed and hosted websites, acting as a one-stop shop for all things related to the internet.  Over the years, people moved away from the term to more specific job roles such as web designers and web developers. CTeLearning offers courses and certifications to meet these specialized roles in areas including web

This past summer, CTeLearning and the Web Professionals Organization helped run the SkillsUSA web design and development competition. Open to contestants nationwide, 2021 marked the first year that the full competition was run entirely online. The competition’s goal was to “evaluate each contestant’s preparation for employment and to recognize outstanding students for excellence and professionalism in the field of web design and development.” The competition was open to teams of two who were