This book is the culmination of years experience in website and mobile app development that eventually evolved into part of a three hour lecture conference to train individuals on the topic. This subject is part of the Professor Lecture Series that is held in the seven states of New York and New England. The series began in June 2004 in Massachusetts and has spread to New York and all of New England.In addition to Websites and mobile apps development, other courses in computer technology are included as part of the Professor Lecture Series . they include among others, Excel, PowerPoint, Blogging, Windows 8, and QuickBooks. Some other technical topics include publishing, broadcasting, recording, and other digital multimedia technologies. Ten years before the Professor Lecture Series was launched, Ewen Prime Company was launched as a book publishing house. That was in 1994. After that, broadcasting on WORC 1310 AM & WGFP 940 AM began what Would the beginning of a broadcasting career and the start of the EPN network and EPN NEWS. With a variety of media, technology, and communications experience, the author David K. Ewen, M.Ed. shares his experience through Lectures that are face-to-face an online as well as a variety of content in print, Recorded, and on video. More can be found at www.ForestAcademy.org. The kind of website development discussed in this course is template driven. That means the websites that you will design is made in a fill-in-the-blank sort of way with a few clicks and drags of the mouse to position elements of an amazing website. Behind the scenes, the websites being developed are being coded in a language called HTML5. That means it works both on a regular computer and mobile device. So you are actually developing the mobile app at the same time you are developing the website. David K. Ewen, M.Ed. is an author, speaker, and talk show host. He is the managing editor of EPN News. His lecture tours include digital multimedia technologies that include website and mobile app development. He is an author of numerous books on technologies, business, communications, and computer applications.