Learn HTML is an interactive website with the purpose of teaching foundations of HTML. The website was designed to appeal to a teenage audience, ages 15 - 19 years old.
The nature of the website diverges away from the typical text based approach utilized in similar applications by abandoning a dependency on the heavy use of text to communicate information. Learn HTML, instead, features a strong use of graphic elements, visual metaphors, and a heavy focus on interactivity, all of which offer the user a visual representation of information.
Through interaction with the provided graphic elements and visual metaphors, the user is offered an enjoyable and engaging learning experience through which they are able to seamlessly gain knowledge through means of experiential learning.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
HTML (Document markup language)--Study and teaching--Interactive multimedia--Design
Computer Graphics Design (MFA)
Department, Program, or Center
School of Design (CIAS)
Capp, Brandon, "Learn HTML: A refreshingly fun way to learn the foundations of HTML" (2013). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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