About the course
Create websites that provide the best user experience for today's and tomorrow's devices
With this course, you can build websites that will transform the user experience. This course begins with the latest techniques provided by HTML5 and CSS3. Along the way, you'll discover tips and tricks that make your future designs and development workflow leaner and more maintainable than ever before. By the time you reach the end, you'll be equipped with the latest cutting edge front- end development skills, ready to develop your very own modern, responsive websites that are pixel-perfect across a wide range of devices.
The code files are available at: https://github.com/TrainingByPackt/Beginning-Responsive-Web-Development-with-HTML-and-CSS
Style and Approach
This course perfectly balances theory and exercises. Each module is designed to build on the learnings of the previous lesson. The course contains multiple demos that use real-life business scenarios for you to practice and apply your new skills in a highly relevant context.
What You Will Learn
- Learn what is a responsive design and its importance in modern web development
- Fully utilize cleaner, faster, and semantically rich HTML markup
- Integrate CSS media queries into designs to serve unique styles to audiences
- Create web forms with built-in validation and interface elements using only HTML
- Use latest stylistic flourishes with custom fonts, properties, and selectors
- Use SVGs for resolution independence
Joshua Miller is a freelance web designer, college professor, and interactive artist living in eastern Pennsylvania. Josh has taught courses in animation, web/graphic design, video game design, and programming at a variety of schools, including Lehigh University, Northampton Community College, Drexel University, Lafayette College, Montgomery County Community College, and Lehigh Valley College. Josh currently holds a tenure-track position at Kutztown University, where he teaches web design, graphic design, and interactivity. He also teaches part time at Lehigh University, and runs a successful freelance design business in his downtime. Josh’s true interests lie in the intersection between design and programming, specifically with the creation of digital interactive work. Josh’s work can be found at josh-miller.com.