Start Building Your Website By Learning Responsive Design [80% Off]

Everyone knows smartphones and tablets aren’t going away anytime soon. The ability to build websites that can adapt seamlessly from desktop computers to tablets to mobile phones (to whatever is next) is increasing in importance everyday. That’s responsive web design. Ethan Marcotte has a great explanation here¬†from 2010. He was right that mobile web browsing would overtake desktop within 5 years, and now, many major websites have more than 50% of their traffic coming from mobile devices, and over 25% of all internet traffic is mobile. Charts courtesy of Business Insider Intelligence‘s THE FUTURE OF DIGITAL: 2014.

However, it is not a mobile-only world.

The online world is fragmenting, which makes responsive design the path forward for major websites.

Enroll in this project-based course that will walk you through strategies, tools, tips, and tricks for web design in HTML5 and CSS3, as well as Bootstrap 3, the top skills you need to build responsive websites. If you’re looking to make a move to a startup, or already work at one and want to increase your value, go with a skill that won’t be outdated anytime soon.

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Full features below:

  • 24 lectures with over 4 hours of content
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Get 80% off Responsive Web Design Course ($US19)

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