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Brief Published: 17 Jan 2012



Decoded is a UK-based workshop that aims to teach anyone computer coding in a single day – regardless of their skill level. Aimed at non-web developers, Decoded teaches participants about the history of the internet before breaking down the buzzwords HTML5, CSS and JavaScript, teaching them to build their own multi-platform web app.

The workshop is run by award-winning London-based web designer Alisdair Blackwell, London-based advertising creative Steve Henry, and Kathryn Parsons and Richard Peters, former planners at international advertising agency Ogilvy Group. They aim to make coding simple and fun for people who are typically deterred by its perceived complexity.