Coding is interesting. It does not only help you to create something, it also helps you to learn more. If you are adult, you can learn coding different ways. There are also a lot of websites which teaches you how to code. Some of places to learn code are: Codecademy – a website, CoderDojo – an event, and organisations like Girls Who Code and Black Girls Code etc. But how can you teach your kids to code? Do you think they will interest to code once they see the code? But they will, when they will find it fun and interactive. I watched a video of TED talk today, where Mitch Resnick talks about his project Scratch, which enables kids an interesting way to learn to code.
Though we are not into iOS or Android App, but this info-graphics is interesting. So I decided to share it here.
If future, if we will decide to develop an iOS or Android App, we will let you know.
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Couple of weeks before, I thought I should redesign this website. Though I have spend many hours and money on the previous version of the website, I decided it’s time to change. In this change, I focused on the following:
- Responsive Design: So that the beautiful layout can adopt smaller screen sizes of tablets and iphones and still look beautiful and remain accessible.
- Typography: The fonts need to be large enough, so that it’ll be easy to read and feel good.
- White Background: The previous two designs of this website were dark themes, so this time I felt, it should be a light theme.