A new site launched this week for graphic design, web design and web development graduates from the University of Algiers.
Algier’s Web Design and Development Program was created by the university’s faculty in 2013 to provide an avenue for young professionals interested in learning to create their own web applications and websites.
Since then, the program has seen its share of high-profile success stories, including the launch of the first ever mobile app, a game jam and an interactive web map of Algarve.
The new site will provide students with a platform to showcase their work, and help them explore new web design trends.
The program was founded in 2014 by a group of former graduate students and engineers at the university, and now has a staff of over 70.
The team has been building the site for about a year, and they’re hoping to launch it sometime this summer.
The site’s main features are a new interface for students, an online video tutorial for new students, and an on-demand support system for students and alumni.
There’s also a dedicated forum for alumni and faculty to discuss their work.
Alumni are encouraged to upload their projects to the site and share them with others.
“The focus of this project is to make it easier for our graduates to get into web development,” Algies website says.
“It will be a place where graduates will get their start in the field and develop their skills in the industry and beyond.”
The site will feature a curated list of resources, including videos, tutorials and even a short-form video on the subject.
It also offers a variety of content, including a free guide to the basics of web development.
The students will also have access to a community forum for other alumni to share their work and feedback.
Algarves website offers a list of some of the major trends in web development and design.
It highlights the importance of modularity, which is often seen as the most important component in web applications.
It says: “As modularity is a core concept in web design it is also a fundamental concept for design.
It also emphasizes that design is not just a matter of coding, but of “designing a good experience.”
The new website, which was created in partnership with a company called ECLIPSE, was created with the help of the Algarvey Institute of Web Design.
“We wanted to help young professionals find a place to express their skills and learn new skills that they wouldn’t otherwise have the chance to learn,” the site’s developer, Alex M. de Souza, told Ars.
“Our goal is to help them to make their own mark in the world of web design.”
The university is one of several universities across Europe that have launched their own online programs to provide a more diverse pool of professionals for the profession.
The Algarvez Web Design & Development Program has also been supported by the National Institute of Design.