Hey there, thanks for stopping by. I’m Rob Percival.
When I’m not online supporting my web development students or teaching kids to code, I’m spending time with my two sons and my beautiful wife, Kirsten.
Almost a decade ago I was busy teaching math to teenagers at three schools in London and Cambridge. Since I’m a bit of a coding geek, I also built websites on the side for friends and family.
I soon learned that web development was a very lucrative career choice, so I gave up my successful (and sometimes stressful) job as a teacher to build websites. Today, I couldn’t be happier with that decision.
After building websites for about seven years, I noticed a lot of people struggling to learn how to code. I wanted others to have the same freedoms that I enjoyed, so I started teaching web development with one thing in mind:
Learning to code doesn’t have to be frustrating, overwhelming, or tiresome.
Unfortunately, too many online coding courses move too quickly, assume you already have advanced technical knowledge, or don’t teach any practical skills.
You have the vision for a website you want to build, but not having coding skills is preventing you from achieving your goals.
You’re ready to invest in yourself, but you’ve only got so much time. You’ve got to make sure the time you spend learning to code is worth it:
- If you invest in this coding course, will it pay off?
- Isn’t this something you can just learn on YouTube?
- Will you actually be able to build real websites after the course?
- What if you’re a beginner – is this course too technical and boring?
Why waste your time on course material that isn’t going to give you actual, real-world skills?
With the right teacher, learning to code is way easier than you think.
How would you feel if you could start building real-life websites this week? What if you could see the results of your learning process real-time, no matter how much of a beginner you are?
Rob’s language, guiding style, & presentation are easy to follow, even if you’re a beginner. Less than halfway through the course I was already able to make fantastic websites.” – Yevgeniya K.
- the confidence you’d gain
- the excitement of watching your vision come to life
- the opportunities that may open up for you
You may not know it yet, but you are just as capable as any full-time web developer. I’ve seen people just like you start earning cash designing and coding websites within six weeks.
How did they do it?
I’ll teach you the skills you need to become a proficient web developer.
Back when I studied Mathematics at Cambridge University, I noticed that some courses were engaging and fun, but that others had no impact on me whatsoever.
I have a passion for teaching, so I applied what I learned at Cambridge to craft a few online coding courses, just for people like you.
So far, over 400,000 people have taken my online coding courses, and they are among the highest-rated courses of all time on Udemy.
I’m grateful Mr. Percival created a beginner-friendly course. I started with zero technical skills, but after finishing only 1/3 of the course I now understand everything, and see practical results immediately.” – Antonia L.
The information in my courses are clearly presented, easy to follow, and the example websites that you’ll build after each section will help you gain confidence in your quest to become a web developer.
You might even end up impressing yourself!
Join more than 400,000 students who’ve trusted me to help them start designing and coding websites.
You wouldn’t believe the freedom that being a web developer offers. I’m certain that you’ll be successful with my course material; in fact, I’d love for you to have the first lesson of my incredibly popular course: The Complete Web Developers Course for free.
In this first lesson you’ll learn what HTML is, how to write it properly, and by the end you’ll even be able to code your first webpage!
Sign up and find out for yourself why so many people are taking and recommending my courses.
Before taking Rob’s course I was intimidated by the whole process of learning to code. After finishing only half of his course, I got my first paid web development gig, and my knowledge of web design is already having a positive effect on my day job as well.” – Robert S.