Responsive design’s been around for a few years, but I still hear a lot of questions in my line of work. “How many breakpoints does my responsive layout need?” “It feels like there are more devices and screens than ever before; how can my design process keep up?” “What exactly is the deal with CSS Grid?”
Well, hey: I launched a Skillshare class! And it should help answer some of these questions.
My new class is called “Responsive Web Design: Creating Flexible Websites That Last”, and I made it just for you. Over this hour-long class, we’ll look at the techniques for transforming a website mockup into a flexible, truly responsive layout, using CSS Grid and a little elbow grease. But we’ll also talk a more broadly about the process behind creating layouts for the modern web, and discuss things every device-agnostic designer should know.
If you’re new to responsive design, or if you’re feeling like your responsive design process could use a little bit of a refresh, I think you’ll find plenty to like about this hour-long class. So sign up for the class today, and let’s make a responsive design together—you and me.