Regardless of whether you run a business, want to make a site for yourself, or are testing web features or a minimum viable product, you need to have a well-designed website.
Today, consumers are doing the majority of their shopping and research online, and they're assessing business' credibility by looking at their websites.
A business, even a minimum viable product, must have a web presence, and it can't look like it was designed in a rush years ago. That doesn't mean it has took take you dozens of hours or cost you thousands of dollars to outsource, however.
In this course, you will learn how to build and manage your own beautiful, user-friendly website in just a few hours by following live demonstrations taught by Tumblr's former lead engineer.
As a software developer and technical leader, Drew Butler has worked with numerous companies over the last decade to develop their products and grow their user bases. Starting during the infancy of the web, Drew has been building websites for over 20-years and has held a variety of roles, including software developer, CTO, and advisor.
Drew's core expertise is in product building and is well versed in both the technical aspect of engineering a website and in the process of developing ideas into money-making ventures. He is the also the former CTO for Onevest, the parent company of CoFoundersLab and remains as a technical advisor.
Prior to Onevest, Drew was a lead Engineer with Tumblr prior to and leading up to the acquisition by Yahoo! for $1.1 billion in the summer of 2013.
Today, Drew works while traveling the world with his family and looks forward to bootstrapping his next venture.