Why learn to develop frontend web interfaces with the Bulma CSS framework?…

Successful web applications must be visually appealing. The world of online commerce and software is very competitive. When the products offered are the same, customers tend to choose the website that has the cleanest design. Modern web applications are expected to work on the screen sizes and displays of multiple devices. Customers expect company websites to resize and fit each screen they view it on as they access it multiple times while deciding to purchase a product. CSS frameworks were developed to address each of these issues and simplify the building process so the focus can be placed on other areas of development instead of worrying about the visual appeal, and responsiveness of the web application in multiple web browsers.

The Bulma CSS framework is special because its components are beautiful, and the development syntax is easy to work with. The layouts use the modern CSS flexbox property to resize page elements to fit different screen sizes. Furthermore, the CSS layout rules of the framework are set up using the mobile-first paradigm that only requires smaller devices to process the minimal amount of browser logic to display the webpage. The skills learned in this course will allow developers to build high-quality, functional websites quickly so the needs of clients can be met on time.


Digital ad agencies and marketing firms often have to create good looking, performant webpages to showcase products. Frontend developers who can quickly build attractive responsive webpages are valued by these types of companies. Backend developers who can pair an aesthetically pleasing webpage with the server-side code they produce can differentiate themselves from inexperienced developers who don’t grasp the importance of clean design principles. Knowledge of the Bulma framework is perfect for freelance developers because they can quickly produce nice webpages that reflow smoothly to fit different screen sizes.

Course Project

Instruction in this course serves as a walkthrough of the various features of the framework. Students learn when to use each element to get the desired layout they want. Custom styling and assets can be added later to finish the project. All coursework on the CodingPhase platform can be run across Windows, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems.

Course Requirements

Students will need a computer and basic knowledge of how to use a text editor. Students must have a familiarity with the files needed to run a web application, with an understanding of basic HTML and CSS. Note-taking is encouraged.

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