So What is Dresscode?

Dresscode believes that there is beauty in innovation, the company merges fashion and technology to educate and excite women and girls about computer science, coding and STEM. Our unique product ecosystem has beautiful, sophistically designed accessories with computer science code on them. The user then takes the code on the bracelet to the Dresscode website (www.DresscodeTech.com) enters in what is on the bracelet to unlock lessons on how to code which gives the users skills to create their own website. The goal is to create beautiful technology though fashion.

With our coding bracelets the Dresscoders (our users) can unlock lessons on how to code in different programing languages. Our lessons are designed to be female focused and our Dresscoders range in ages from 11 to 60+.

Dresscode recently introduced the “I am Series” which is the first of our lessons. It is designed to inspire curiosity. The “I am series” has Screen Shot 2017-10-17 at 9.20.30 AMthree lessons when finished the Dresscoder should have a basic working knowledge of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The coding bracelets say I am Brave, I am Bold, I am Smart and our limited edition I am Kind in binary code. There is a binary translator built into the site, a Dresscoder is able to type in the 1s and 0s to find out what it says.

Once you are logged in to the site you are able to unlock your lessons. Click Here for a short video on what happens once a lesson is unlocked.

To get started with Dresscode visiting our website, www.Dresscodetech.com

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