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Course Overview1:29 with Nick Pettit
In this course overview, you'll learn more about what this course covers.
In general, responsive design consists of fluid grids, fluid images, and
By this point, you should have already done some responsive design.
But understanding the origins and
foundational principles will help you step into more advanced concepts.
That's a lot to think about, so
these lessons will focus on layouts in responsive design.
In other words, we'll learn about some of the basic theory behind responsive design.
And then we'll step into more specific concepts like breakpoints and
If that doesn't make any sense now, don't worry.
We're going to cover everything in more detail soon.
Whether you're a designer or a developer, and whether you're working on
some views in a Rails app, a PHP site, a WordPress theme, a static website,
or really any other type of webpage, the principles will remain the same.
I should also point out that we're going to be using plain CSS
throughout this course for the benefit of everyone's understanding.
But if you're more comfortable using something like Sass, Less, or
any other CSS extensions or compilers, the ideas presented here will still apply.
With that out of the way,
let's learn about the origins of responsive web design.
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