The best way to turn your kid's potential into their dream job
Who We Are
YOUNGO is an online school for future professions. We are dedicated to share the professionals' expertise and provide teenagers a high-level education.
Why Study at YOUNGO?
Creative thinking development
By enrolling your kid at YOUNGO, you will help to fulfill the potential of your kid and will be proud of his or her achievements in web design.
Time spent on the computer will be effective and fun
Our students work in small groups, share impressions, make new friends and at the same time widen their knowledge.
Your kid will build a high-functional website
Your kid will be able to use the computer as a tool for self-expression and creative development. We will teach your kid to create an aesthetic and functional website.
Ability to get job before finishing the school
After finishing school, every teen will already have a portfolio and skills that are needed to find the first job in web design. Your kid will become more independent and self-confident, and you as a parent will be secure about your child's future.
Chay Land
Rapid Prototyping, App and Brand Designer
Chay is LA based designer with a background in development. She believes in creating emotion-driven experiences that inspire, delight, and resonate with the people they serve.

With over 9 years of agency experience she's worked closely with designers and developers to build out platforms on ios, android, desktop, roku, fire tv and apple tv, and by using behavioural insights and nudges she's teams helped make better product decisions and encourage brand loyalty. She is passionate about building goal-oriented platforms and uses data to back up her decisions, when available.

In 2019 she launched Chayland Design, a design agency built to help entrepreneurs, tech startups and idea makers build bold brands that impact the lives of those they serve. She started Chayland to co-create the tech in movies that don't exist (yet) and provide an opportunity for visionaries to make their dreams come true. She currently leads a team of 3 in branding and developing B2C products.
Web Design Online Course
recommended for teens aged 12-17
  • Course length: 3 months, 12 lessons.
  • One lesson per week for 1-1.5 hours
  • Live stream of lessons with a recording of each lesson
  • Real-time questions with a teacher
  • Homework to solidify students' knowledge
  • WhatsApp group for the students and the teacher
Lesson 1: Web Design as a career
Skills that are required for a web designer. What you will learn in this course and how to use this knowledge on your own.
Lesson 2: Good & Failure Web Design
Trends of web design. Sources where successful web designers find their inspiration. Types of websites in function of the goal and purpose.
Lesson 3: Client needs in Web Design
All you need to know and ask before starting to work on a project. What you should know about your client before you start the project.
Lesson 4: Importance of colors on a website and brand identity.
Basic color theory for designers and color harmony. Psychology of colors. Where you can find the visuals for your website.
Lesson 5: Typography in Web Design
The tone, theme, and message of the typography on a website. How to achieve legibility on various screen types. Examples of typography.
Lesson 6: Essential layout rules for a website
The key blocks and elements of a landing page. How to create an effective hierarchy and use proportions. Creation of a strong focal point. Web Design modular and its usage.
Lesson 7: Intro to Figma. How to use this tool
Lesson 8: Prototyping in Figma + Adaptive Design. The main steps in prototyping.
Lesson 9: Intro to Website Builder
Lesson 10: Website Builder Practical Lesson + Adaptive Design
Lesson 11: Creating a landing page. Best UX/IS Portfolio websites examples in 2021 and how to use them in design.
Lesson 12: Project presentation & farewell. Summary of learned skills
Teens and parents love YOUNGO
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It is necessary to choose a visual aid that is appropriate for the material and audience. The purpose of the visual aid is to enhance the presentation.

Amanda Plummer
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