As a web designer, Responsive Web Design is an area of expertise you’ll need to have listed on your resumé. More importantly it’s an area you’ll need to stay up to date with; it has already changed enormously in the short time since its conception. Our new course, Responsive Web Design Revisited, will get you up to speed.
What You'll Learn
Tuts+ instructor Kezz Bracey will teach you everything you need to know about Responsive Web Design, and how the standards and techniques have changed recently. You’ll learn what “responsive” really means today, and how a new “content first” approach lets you cater for all types of users from the ground up. Then you’ll create a complete responsive design using all the latest techniques.
Here's a free preview of some of the lessons from this course:
“Content First” Methodology
A web designer’s primary role is to achieve one thing: effective content delivery. In this lesson, learn why focusing on content first will let you create the best possible responsive sites, and how you can go about employing a “content first” workflow.
“Style Tiles” and Catering for All by Designing Big
In this lesson you’ll learn how to create “style tiles”, giving you a way to create your design style in dedicated software, without needing to be concerned about the specifics of responsive layout functionality.
Build Your Basic Code Shell
You can take our new course straight away with a subscription to Envato Elements. For a single low monthly fee, you get access not only to this course, but also to our growing library of over 1,000 video courses and industry-leading eBooks on Envato Tuts+.
Plus you now get unlimited downloads from the huge Envato Elements library of 200,000+ photos and 26,000+ design assets and templates. Create with unique fonts, photos, graphics and templates, and deliver better projects faster.
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