Learn the fundamentals of the Tkinter library and starting making your own Python GUI apps today!


  • Students should have a base level understanding of Python (including functions).
  • The majority of the course will work on Windows, Mac, Linux but to run executables (the last section of the course) the machine should be windows


Have you learned the fundamentals of Python and then asked yourself; what’s next

If so, consider taking this course which will start you on your journey to making your own Python GUI applications.  GUI or Graphical User Interface applications allow the end user to interact with an actual program window that they can point, click, and interact with rather than just running Python scripts from a command prompt.

So often, when students ask for advice they are told to, “Go build something” or “Get involved on a project” but have no idea what projects to build or get involved in

This course will set you on your way!  In this course I will walk you though, step by step, on how to to design the layout and the functionality of 10 unique, engaging, and purposeful apps…well 11, we have to start off with a Hello World App…that’s a given 🙂  By the end of this course, I promise that you will be coming up with your own app ideas and feel confident enough in your abilities to create them. 

We’ll cover the following GUI widgets:




Entry Boxes

Radio Buttons

Drop Down Menus

Scroll Bars



And many more…

As well as learning how to:

Manage application layout

Call API’s and sort through the returned data

Create standalone executable files that will run on any Window’s machine

Best of all, after a few short “instructional” videos, we will learn by DOING!  We’re going to gain familiarity, comfort, and then mastery of  Python GUI’s by creating our own applications together!  I hope you decided to take this course.  If you do, you will be set to begin creating some engaging, meaningful, and purposeful Python GUI’s! 

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner to intermediate students who are looking for fun, interesting, and involved projects.
  • Beginner to intermediate students who have done some of the basics and have asked, “What next?”
  • Students who are looking to make GUI applications.
  • Students who don’t want to run their programs in a terminal but have an interactable window.

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