Web and Mobile Design

CIW Web and Mobile Design Certification Series

More than a certification or curriculum publisher, CIW is an international Web technology skills-based standard adopted by professionals, academic institutions, governments and industry in more than 90 countries worldwide. Since 1997, CIW has educated more than 1 million students and professionals, and awarded more than 160,000 professional certifications through thousands of universities, colleges, high schools, learning centers and corporations worldwide.


At CIW, certification is at the core of our curriculum. We create our courses to prepare you for each high-stakes certification exam that proves your knowledge in a particular Web technology area. Each course can be taken individually as a stand-alone course or taken as part of a series that has been created to meet the demands of a particular career path . For information about the career path series for Web Foundations, Web Design, Web Development and Web Security please refer to the Career Programs section.

CIW Web and Mobile Design Certification Series

CIW Web and Mobile Design Certification Series

CIW Web and Mobile Design

CIW E-Commerce Specialist

CIW E-Commerce Specialist

To stand out as an increasingly valuable member of a Web or marketing team, you need a working knowledge of e-commerce standards. The E-Commerce JavaScript Specialist certification exam validates knowledge of e-commerce practices, tools, technologies and business considerations.


CIW Web and Mobile Design Certification Series

CIW Web and Mobile Design Certification Series

CIW Web and Mobile Design

CIW Advanced HTML5 & CSS3 Specialist

CIW Advanced HTML5 and CSS3 Specialist

The CIW Advanced HTML5 and CSS3 Specialist certification exam validates essential HTML5, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and JavaScript knowledge. These technologies, sometimes known as the Web development trifecta, can be combined to create Web pages that easily adapt to smartphones, tablets, gaming devices and smart TVs, as well as to traditional PCs.