Responsive Web Design has ratings and reviews. Elaine said: A very Published June 7th by A Book Apart (first published March 1st ). A Book Apart: Brief books for people who make websites. An Event Apart: 3 days of design, code, and content for web & UX designers & devs. Responsive Web Design (Brief Books for People Who Make Websites, No. Paperback: pages; Publisher: A Book Apart (); Language: English.
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A good overview of responsive design; however, when you got to the end and the issue of mobile-first design arose, it felt a little as if the rest of the book took you to a partial dead end.
Even if I don’t use it, it’ll look so pretty sitting next to the others. This one is about making websites that will cope with the multitude of different browser sizes and contexts web developers have to deal with these days. And A very short book; I think it took me an hour or so to read all the way through. Could you please help me fix a few things for this book?
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For sale on Amazon kindle version: It challenges you to think differently about your work and will change the way you design websites forever. From mobile abookaparf to netbooks and tablets, users are visiting your sites from an increasing array of devices and browsers.
But it’s nothing a short google search can’t fix Although fine for some websites, I don’t happen to think this is a particularly viable approach in the long term – nevertheless it would have been nice to have read a bit more about this in the book. Paperbackpages. After all, the alternative – page elements lost in a sea of whitespace and line lengths too wide to be comfortably read, or content constricted into squashed-up columns, images reslonsive awkwardly or poking out where they shouldn’t – well let’s just say these have never been happy places for the designer pathological about presentation.
Oct 25, Phat Nguyen rated it it was amazing. The book helped me explain to my fellow designers about the philosophy behind RWD and how can we effectively produce a responsive design with less iterations and frustration.
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Smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers can share the same design, which is adapted according to the screen size, platform and orientation of each device. What respondive it great is that it’s not just a technical book on how to apply HTML and CSS to respoonsive responsive websites, it discuss the history, the principles and motivation behind the RWD movement, as well as providing numerous links to other excellent articles about this topic.
Unfortunately, like those online tutorials it’s also loaded with inconsistencies and gaping holes that will have you backtracking several paragraphs and pages to soon realize that the author is simply referring to points that he never actually made.
The book describes the whole approach to responsive web projects, showing how “waterfall” turns into iterative design-development cooperation and overall gives loads of things to chew on plus some “selling material” for Accounts.
It’s awesome and desugn change web development for the better for the rest of humanity abookappart you are just wasting time reading a review that has little to nothing to do with it. A notable thing, from my POV as someone who’s been making websites for well over a decade! Building sites for an anywhere, everywhere web Voices That Matter New devices and platforms emerge daily. And this is all without a comment section to contact the author for clarification and article refinement.
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While it covers fluid layout and desponsive queries, it is more introductory. Some things I learned from this book are: Our industry’s long wait for the complete, strategic guide to mobile web design is finally over. Father of responsive design – ’nuff said. The abooapart explains the 3 basic components of a responsive site, then in the final chapter explains the changes in habit and mindset that will be needed to know when to deploy each technique.
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A really well written and thoroughly illustrated conceptualization of responsive web design. You could have already read the first page by now.
I can’t imagine that anyone who’d pick this book up would be less than an intermediate Web designer. This was a good updated primer for RWD, but I think the Responsible Responsive book has more tactical respohsive for engineers looking to implement responsive designs. DavidCotton This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [yes i want learn this work it is good job hide spoiler ].
Dec 02, Kevin rated it really liked it Shelves: I’ve just finished going through the aboojapart and it’s examples.
New devices and platforms emerge daily. After finishing this book I feel much more motivated to dig deeper and research about this topic. Responsive web design is the idea that, when creating a web page, it should work seamlessly and correctly on all screen sizes and devices, from an iPhone or Responsivf phone up through a widescreen desktop computer.
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