HackCville’s Web Design Program
Wireframe is a 12-week program that teaches the basics of web design through hands-on projects and personal mentorship. Learn more about Wireframe below, or learn more about all of HackCville’s programs here.
Graduates walk away with practical skills, a small portfolio of work, and support from HackCville’s wide network of alumni and company partners to help them find internships, full-time, or freelance work. Each student will complete their own personal website as their final project.
There are two Wireframe sections for Spring 2017, both starting the week of February 5:
- Wireframe CS: for those with at least an introductory knowledge of computer science (UVA CS1110 or equivalent). Wireframe CS meets Wednesdays 5-7pm and Sundays 3-5pm.
- Wireframe: for those with no computer science background. Wireframe meets Tuesdays 5-7pm and Sundays 3-5pm.
Meet the Program Leads
Jessica Zimmerman is the program lead for Wireframe CS, and a 4th Year Computer Science and Commerce double major at UVA. She has extensive freelance web design experience, and has formerly worked in software development for various startups, including Slack, WillowTree, and Liquid Thought. Jessica graduated HackCville’s Hustle program in Fall 2014. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Daniel Willson is the program lead for Wireframe and the Director of Operations at HackCville. He graduated UVA in 2016 with a BA in Computer Science. He was part of the founding team of HackCville during his time in school, where he created The Pioneer and Storyboard, HackCville’s media education program. Daniel has extensive freelancing and web design experience with clients ranging from small businesses to the Virginia Governor’s Office. You can reach him at email@example.com.
Anna graduated the Wireframe program in Fall 2016 and is now one of the assistant instructors for Wireframe. Anna is a 2nd Year at UVA and the director of business development for Radical Advertising.
Daniel graduated the Wireframe program in Fall 2016 and is now one of the assistant instructors for Wireframe. Daniel is a 3rd Year studying Computer Science at UVA.
“I love the endless amount of resources and guidance HackCville offers. From having members/staff take 5 minutes to sit down and talk to me, to endless workshops throughout the semester, to the random email/text messages - everyone genuinely cares about one another.”
– Nina Satasiya, HackCville Member, Wireframe Program Graduate
HackCville Membership Perks
After you complete your first HackCville program, you're granted HackCville membership. Here's what you get:
24/7 access to our fun and functional clubhouses on Elliewood Ave. Our two clubhouses are filled with hammocks, couches, whiteboards, and WiFi. Use our space to work on your projects, hold meetings, or just hang out.
Exclusive events and job opportunities. Whether it's drinks with the co-founder of Reddit or HackCville-only job opportunities, we give our members access to dozens of unique experiences every year.
A community that feels like family. You'll join HackCville's 200-member community of the most talented and badass people in Charlottesville.
Early access to HackCville programs, no application required. Want to take another program? As a member, you can just sign up - no application required. We open up spots to members before the public.
Here’s what’s included in every HackCville program.
Each program cohort meets 1-2x each week at one of HackCville's clubhouses on Elliewood Avenue. You'll participate in fun, fast-paced workshops to teach you modern skills.
Along the way, you'll be become close with your peers. Many of our students end up starting projects together with the people they meet.
You'll work on several hands-on projects throughout the program to put what you're learning into action. This could be anything from a data visualization project to a mini-documentary to your own startup.
These make great resume-building and portfolio-building experiences, too.
HackCville pairs every student with a peer and/or alumni mentor to provide guidance and support as you work on your projects throughout the program.
Our team also meets with you several times one-on-one to ensure you're getting the most out of your program.
HackCville hosts immersive trips to cities across the country (New York, San Francisco, Baltimore, and more) to tour companies, meet alumni, and give students networking opportunities with industry leaders.
Trips are where you see how what you're learning is put into action in the real world.