Pluralsight Course: Responsive web design in the browser

16 January, 2016

I've got a course up on Pluralsight, on Responsive Web Design, directly in the browser. It's meant for those who wish to bypass the Photoshop/Sketch layer, and get some CSS chops without relying on frameworks like Bootstrap and Foundation for a basic, responsive site.

It covers layouting with additional methods like inline block and flexbox, responsive images and videos, full-bleed backgrounds, responsive iframes and embeds, SVG basics, CSS transitions, animations on scroll, off-canvas menu navigation and more.

You'll need to be a member of Pluralsight to take sign up for it. Check out the course on my author page here.

Related tags: Course, Responsive, Web-design

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