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Web Design Courses

Create website with easy to use platforms like Wordpress and Shopify

To have a website is the first step for a business going into digital marketing. An online presence that is fully owned by the business, and web design is the process of creating websites that include layout, fronts, colours, images, interactions. With the development of technologies towards simplification of web design, you no longer require programming knowledge to build a website. You will learn distinctive skills to make websites that are visually attractive and stimulating using content management systems (CMS) like WordPress and Wix, and ecommerce platforms like Shopify and WooCommerce to start an online store.

96 H
$4614

7 COURSES FOUND


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WordPress Marketing Masterclass

Classroom

Office hours

1-2 days

16

$905


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Anson Road

Classroom

Office hours

1-2 days

16

$905


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Anson Road


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WordPress Marketing Masterclass

Classroom or Online Live

Office hours

1-2 days

16

$990


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Orchard

Classroom or Online Live

Office hours

1-2 days

16

$990


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Orchard


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Wordpress Web Design Course (SkillsFuture)

Online Live

Office hours

1-2 days

8

$500


SkillsFuture Credit

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

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Anson Road

Online Live

Office hours

1-2 days

8

$500


SkillsFuture Credit

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

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Anson Road


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NICF WSQ WordPress Website Creation Course

Classroom or Online Live

Office hours or Weekends

3-6 days

24

$758


SkillsFuture Credit

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

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Anson Road

Classroom or Online Live

Office hours or Weekends

3-6 days

24

$758


SkillsFuture Credit

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

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Anson Road


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Digital Marketing - Building A WordPress Site For Conversion

Online Live

Evenings or Weekends

3-6 days

16

$1712


SDF (WSQ),

Skills Development Fund (SDF) is available for qualifying individuals or companies to attain Industry Certifications, mainly Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ). Course fee can be subsidized up to 95% with absentee payroll funding.

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SkillsFuture Credit

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

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Orchard Boulevard

Online Live

Evenings or Weekends

3-6 days

16

$1712


SDF (WSQ),

Skills Development Fund (SDF) is available for qualifying individuals or companies to attain Industry Certifications, mainly Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ). Course fee can be subsidized up to 95% with absentee payroll funding.

Learn More

SkillsFuture Credit

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

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Orchard Boulevard


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Digital Marketing - Creating And Curating Display Content In Your Digital Strategy

Online Live

Evenings or Weekends

3-6 days

16

$1712


SDF (WSQ),

Skills Development Fund (SDF) is available for qualifying individuals or companies to attain Industry Certifications, mainly Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ). Course fee can be subsidized up to 95% with absentee payroll funding.

Learn More

SkillsFuture Credit

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

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Orchard Boulevard

Online Live

Evenings or Weekends

3-6 days

16

$1712


SDF (WSQ),

Skills Development Fund (SDF) is available for qualifying individuals or companies to attain Industry Certifications, mainly Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ). Course fee can be subsidized up to 95% with absentee payroll funding.

Learn More

SkillsFuture Credit

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

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Orchard Boulevard


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Wordpress & SEO

Classroom or Online Live

Weekends

3-6 days

32

$1806


SDF (WSQ),

Skills Development Fund (SDF) is available for qualifying individuals or companies to attain Industry Certifications, mainly Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ). Course fee can be subsidized up to 95% with absentee payroll funding.

Learn More

SkillsFuture Credit,

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

PSEA

Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) is an account set up by an account holder with the intention of paying off fees for post-secondary education. The account is for Singaporeans up to 30 years old. Courses offered by WSQ, CET Centers and government-supported Special Education (SPED) schools have course fees that can be paid off with funds from PSEA.

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Tanjong Pagar

Classroom or Online Live

Weekends

3-6 days

32

$1806


SDF (WSQ),

Skills Development Fund (SDF) is available for qualifying individuals or companies to attain Industry Certifications, mainly Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ). Course fee can be subsidized up to 95% with absentee payroll funding.

Learn More

SkillsFuture Credit,

Singapore Citizens above 25 years old will receive an opening credit of $500 in the SkillsFuture credit account. This credit can be used to offset any outstanding course fees for SkillsFuture approved courses.

PSEA

Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA) is an account set up by an account holder with the intention of paying off fees for post-secondary education. The account is for Singaporeans up to 30 years old. Courses offered by WSQ, CET Centers and government-supported Special Education (SPED) schools have course fees that can be paid off with funds from PSEA.

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Tanjong Pagar

RELATED QUESTION AND ANSWER

Web design is simply the design of websites that are displayed on the Internet. It commonly has something to do with the way the user experiences the website as opposed to the software development side of the website. There are several visual elements involved in the design of a website. The first element is layout. Layout pertains to the way graphics, ads and text are arranged. Color is another visual element. The choice of colors usually depends on the purpose of the site as well as the choices of the client. Another visual element is graphics. Graphics includes photos, logos, clipart or icons. All of these enhance the web design. Fonts are another visual element of web design. Most web browsers can only read a select number of fonts that are known as “web-safe fonts”. The last element of web design is content. Written text must always be relevant and useful and must be intended to make the readers stay on the site. 

A good web design is easy to use, aesthetically satisfying and suits the user group as well as the brand of the website. The functional elements of web design are speed, navigation, animation, user interaction, site structure and browser or device compatibility. Two of the most common ways of designing websites that work well with desktop and mobile devices are responsive and adaptive design. With responsive design, content moves dynamically depending on the size of the screen. In adaptive design, the website content is fixed in layout sizes that match the usual screen sizes. Finally web design involves the arrangement of words with the right tools such as content management software (CMS). Some examples of content management software are Wordpress and Wix.
There are many reasons why web design is important. The main reason, however, is that the design of a website sets the first impression of a user towards a business. According to a study by Google, it only takes 50 milliseconds for users to form a first impression of a website. In another study by Adobe, it is said that 38% of people are going to stop engaging with a website if the layout or the content is not appealing. The first impression a user forms about your website impacts how that user perceives your brand. It also determines if they will stay on or leave your website. Web design also works closely with SEO. A good web design impacts your SEO in a positive way. 

There are many web design elements and practices that influence how you publish your content on your website. This then affects how search engine spiders crawl and index your site. Your website can be considered as a front-liner or customer service representative. It is the face of your business. People will judge how you treat customers by the way your website looks. They simply think that if you do not put a lot of effort in your website, then you probably don’t put a lot of effort for your customers. This determines whether customers or users should trust you or not. Another good reason why you should invest in web design is that your competitors are most likely doing it. Check your competitors’ websites and see how much they invest in the design of their websites.
There are lots of good web design courses online, and if you have some confusion which one is best for you, it might be helpful to consider a few tips. Check the trainer of the course Before you enroll, check the profile of the trainer of the course. Find out about his experience and track record. You can find out about the background of the trainer, his or her achievements, the number of websites he/she has optimized and also the rankings of the websites. Check his/her track record as well as the number of years he/she has done web design. Try to find out who their influencers are as well as people that they have worked with. You can find out about these from testimonials about the course. Check the course fees as well as the subsidies that you might be entitled to Check if the course fees are reasonable and also how much you need to pay if you apply the subsidies or grants to the fees. 

Web design might be a self-learning process, but if you are a beginner, you might need help on having a strong foundation. Fees may range from $200-$2000 depending on the course as well as the duration of the course. You could also check for subsidies that entitle you to a coverage of 90% of the course fees. Check if the course provides certifications A certification is awarded to individuals who complete a web desogm course. Some academies offer diplomas if the duration of the course is longer. Certificates are very useful for job placements. They could be assets when you are applying for a job. An example is a WSQ certification which is awarded by the government. Check if the course outline is updated. Web design is always changing. Make sure that the course outline that you are looking at is updated to the latest web design strategies. Just drop us a message and our course ambassadors will give you our recommendations based on your requirements.
Subsidies Available for Individuals

Skills Development Fund (SDF) for individuals 
This subsidy is often related to Workforce Skills Qualifications or commonly known as WSQ. There are eligibility brackets for self-sponsored individuals who are applying for SDF without being supported by any company. Different brackets mean different subsidies with course fee coverage up to 90%. Up to 70% funding: Singapore citizens and permanent residents below 40 years old Up to 90% funding: Singapore citizens 40 years or older (Mid-Career Enhancement Subsidy or MCES) Up to 95% funding: Singapore citizens who are 35 years or older (13 years and above for persons with disabilities), earning a monthly income of not more than $2,000 (Workfare Training Support or WTS)
Learn more about Skills Development Fund (SDF) 

Skillsfuture Credit 
Skillsfuture credit is a $500 credit offered to all Singaporeans aged 25 and above. It aims to encourage skills development as well as lifelong learning. This credit is exclusively for course fees only and cannot be used for allowances and personal expenses. Also, Skillsfuture Credit is only for individuals. There is no Skillsfuture Credit for companies. 

Credit Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Program Plus (CITREP+) 
CITREP+ is a program under IMDA’s TechSkills Accelerator (TeSA) initiative to support ICT workforce in keeping up with technology by providing proactive training of technical skills. CITREP+ has funding for both company-sponsored and self-sponsored individuals. With a CITREP+ grant, you can be eligible for 100% support for course fees and certification fees, capped at $2,500. 

Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore - Standards Training Scheme (IBF-STS) 
IBF-STS grant is mainly for finance and fintech-related courses. These courses are accredited and approved by IBF-STS. You are eligible for as high as 90% course fee support for an IBF-STS grant. 

Post-Secondary Education Account (PSEA)
The Post-Secondary Education Account or PSEA, is part of the Post-Secondary Education Scheme that helps parents save for their children’s post-secondary education. Parents can maintain a Post-Secondary Education Account for each eligible child. The PSEA was first set up in 2008 with the aim of motivating young Singaporeans to finish post-secondary education, and is geared towards Singaporeans aged up to 30 years old. At present, the approved courses under PSEA include most full-time and part-time full qualification programs provided by publicly-funded post-secondary education institutions, as well as skills-based programs offered by the Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) CET Centers, as well as government-supported SPED schools. A Singapore citizen can use his/her PSEA funds to pay for approved fees and charges for WSQ programs. The PSEA will be closed in the year the account holder turns 31. Any unused funds in the PSEA will be transferred to the account holder’s CPF. 


Subsidies Available for Companies

Skills Development Fund (SDF) for companies 
This subsidy is often related to Workforce Skills Qualifications or commonly known as WSQ. SDF for companies consist of both course fee funding and absentee payroll support. Employers can be categorized as SMEs or non-SMEs. SMEs in Singapore are defined as companies with at least 30% local shareholding, group annual sales turnover of less than $100 million or group employment size of not more than 200 workers. Those companies who do not fall under this definition are called non-SMEs. SDF provides higher subsidies for SMEs compared to non-SMEs. Up to 90% funding: All SMEs (Enhanced Training Support for SMEs or ETSS) Up to 70% funding: Non-SMEs, Singapore citizens and permanent residents below 40 years old Up to 90% funding: Non-SMEs, Singapore citizens 40 years or older (Mid-Career Enhancement Subsidy or MCES) Up to 95% funding: Non-SMEs, Singapore citizens who are 35 years or older (13 years and above for persons with disabilities), earning a monthly income of not more than $2,000 (Workfare Training Support or WTS)
Learn more about Skills Development Fund (SDF) 

Critical Infocomm Technology Resource Program Plus (CITREP+) 
CITREP+ is a program under IMDA’s TechSkills Accelerator (TeSA) initiative to support ICT workforce in keeping up with technology by providing proactive training of technical skills. CITREP+ has funding for both company-sponsored and self-sponsored individuals. For company-sponsored individuals, the individual is eligible for up to 90% of the course fees and certification fees capped at $3,000 per trainee. 

Institute of Banking and Finance Singapore - Standards Training Scheme (IBF-STS) 
IBF-STS grant is mainly for finance and fintech-related courses. These courses are accredited and approved by IBF-STS. A company-sponsored individual is eligible for as high as 90% course fee support for an IBF-STS grant.