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Adobe Education Exchange: Adobe Generation Pro App Design Certification

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Tyler Dockery has completed Adobe Generation Pro Mobile App Developer certification with AdobeAdobe Education Exchange: Adobe Generation Pro App Design Certification

“As a contributing member of the Adobe Education Exchange, Tyler Dockery has received visible recognition for his level of commitment and participation. Adobe is proud to feature a leaderboard function and badge recognition to members who’s mission is to serve the community of educators by maintaining a high level of activity.”

This badge was awarded for completing a minimum of twenty-five (25) hours of professional development in application development using JQuery and PhoneGap digital creativity within the Adobe Social Community.

Adobe Education Exchange: Adobe Education Trainer Certification

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Tyler Dockery; Adobe Trained Trainer as recognized by AdobeAdobe Education Exchange: Adobe Education Trainer Certification

“As a contributing member of the Adobe Education Exchange, Tyler Dockery has received visible recognition for his level of commitment and participation. Adobe is proud to feature a leaderboard function and badge recognition to members who’s mission is to serve the community of educators by maintaining a high level of activity.”

This badge was awarded for completing a minimum of seventy-five (75) hours of professional development in Training within the Adobe Social Community. As a recognized AET, Tyler has completed Adobe’s Train the Trainer online coursework.

Alison.com — Diploma in Web Design Achieved!

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On October 27th, 2014 I completed the Diploma in Web Design provided by Alison.com

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Alison.com — Diploma in Web Design Achieved!

This coursework was completed over several weeks. This course goes beyond knowing how to create a HTML page and add content, title, entities, anchor tags, encompassing inserting images, present tags, links, tables, lists and uploading web pages. Coursework included a strong understanding and demonstration of the meaning of inheritance, cascade, pseudoclasses, pseudoelements and selectors … the concepts that are commonly used in web pages.

This required the demonstrated familiarity with using font, background styles and style sheets. This course help you to use Dreamweaver to create a website with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Flash. It requires the understanding of naming conventions, index files, welcome screens, landing pages, GUI and many more settings that are extremely useful when creating a website successfully. This course also required an understanding of advanced features such as CSS structures, embedded style sheets and much more. Final requirements demand a knowledge of how a web page works as well as a deep knowledge of hosting, domain names and nameservers.

This coursework was originally based on Russell Stannard’s teaching and research experience – and the feedback of his many thousands of students.