In this latest edition of Responsive Web Design, you’ll find a whole host of changes: updated figures, fixed links, and a truckload of little corrections.
But, ultimately, the three main ingredients of a responsive design—flexible grids, fluid images, and media queries—are as relevant today as they were when I first coined the phrase. So while the structure of the book hasn’t changed that much, I think you’ll agree there are a lot of significant edits through-out. In the years since this book was first published, designers, agencies, and large organizations alike have been producing stellar responsive designs, pushing the concept forward. At every relevant opportunity, I’ve included their work, writings, and research.
What you will learn:
- What is responsive website.
- Apply flexible grid to the web page.
- Create flexible images
- Understand media queries.
Who should read this book:
Experienced web-designers who want to make their web page become responsive.