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Learn
  • Learn what “responsive web design” is
  • Harness the power of media queries
  • Create a very simple responsive website
  • Build a site using the Goldilocks Approach and the Fluid Approach
  • Weigh the pros and cons of desktop-first vs. mobile-first approaches
  • Make your images and video responsive
About

Making your sites responsive is an easy enough skill to learn, and really pays dividends when you're selling your product to potential clients or just trying to impress your boss for that promotion you want, but understanding all your options will help you develop a workflow that really works for you.

Instant Responsive Web Design makes learning mobile-friendly web design a piece of cake with site-builds imploring various approaches using a very easy-to-follow format where you'll actually be creating sites using each approach. Expand your web repertoire in a few, easy hours.

Instant Responsive Web Design takes the guesswork out of responsive web design, by teaching readers the most relevant approaches and leaves it up to them to develop a workflow that works best for their style of coding.

We'll help you to develop several websites from scratch using different philosophies such as the Goldilocks Approach, make your websites Fluid, understand desktop and mobile-first approaches, and master some of the tricky stuff such as making your images and video responsive.

In this step-by-step guide, you'll learn everything you could ever need to become an above-average responsive web designer in a matter of hours.

Features
  • Learn something new in an Instant! A short, fast, focused guide delivering immediate results
  • Learn how to make your websites beautiful on any device
  • Understand the differences between various responsive philosophies
  • Expand your skill set with the quickly growing mobile-first approach
Page Count 70
Course Length 2 hours 6 minutes
ISBN 9781849699266
Date Of Publication 24 Sep 2013

Authors

Cory Simmons

Cory Simmons is a web designer/developer with over 17 years of experience. He currently works at Pressed Web, where he has maintained a tutorial blog for years covering everything from basic HTML/CSS to Django and Meteor. He has worked for companies such as Scholastic and World Vision Charities. Cory has written for CSS Tricks and is an author at TutsPlus. He created and maintains the Jeet Framework.