WebComp 2020 – Web Design Competition – Results

Thank you for participating in the May 2020 edition of Web.Comp! We hope your kiddos enjoyed it.

Over the past five weeks your kiddos have been learning web design along with students all over the world. People were participating in Australia, Hong Kong, Indonesia, New Zealand, Canada, and the United Kingdom, just to name a few!

To help with remote learning, Web.Comp was free this time and the competition had over 16,000 participants this year which is more than double the number in 2019!

Your kiddos will continue to have access to Web.Comp until free access ends on July 5th. If they get a subscription, they’ll be able to access it until their subscription expires. If they didn’t get time to complete the last few weeks, students can still read the notes, submit code, and access the solutions to the problems.

Web.Comp is web competition for school students that was organized by Grok Learning for students all over the world. It’ll teach kiddos how to build a website as we go along, rather than expecting you to be an expert already.

While doing Web.Comp, kiddo will learn HTML/CSS and JS, the powerful building blocks needed to build a website from scratch. Learning to write HTML/CSS and JS by hand gives you full control over the look and interactivity of your site, so you can implement your web designs exactly as you imagined them!

All kiddos who participated in this challenge will receive your certificates. See some examples from kiddos who received Perfect Score. Good Job!!

Ask your KodeKiddo center for your certificate or download them from the links above.

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