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Responsive web design (RWD) — where web content adapts for an optimal experience between varying devices — is one of the largest movements affecting web development today. Its impact has affected many high profile site revisions, including the New York Times, Spotify, and countless startups. RWD isn’t solved from a few actions in isolation — it’s a new workflow that is altering the landscape for all members of a web team. In this class ideal for web developers, designers, and project managers with a basic HTML and CSS knowledge base, you’ll get a comprehensive introduction to the basics of responsive web design.
Prerequisites: Understanding and experience developing basic HTML and CSS. Direct development experience on an HTML/CSS project is a big plus.
Preparation: Please bring a laptop, as well as examples of websites that adapt well to various devices and screen sizes for class discussion. You should have a text editor you are familiar with installed on your laptop, or use Sublime Text (http://www.sublimetext.com/), as well as a browser with modern CSS3 support and a strong set of pre built developer tools: Chrome, Firefox, Opera, or Safari. Chrome will be used for class examples and demonstrations.