Responsive design is a default these days, but we are all still figuring out just the right process and techniques to better craft responsive websites. That's why we created a new book—to gather practical techniques and strategies from people who have learned how to get things done right, in actual projects with actual real-world challenges.
One of the inner book illustrations, crafted by Guillaume Kurkdjian. The cover is designed by Jessica Hische.
The book isn't concerned with trends or short-lived workarounds. It's focused on the actual design patterns and front-end techniques that you can apply right away. Think of it as a reliable playbook for issues that keep popping up in every responsive project. No, this book won't solve every single issue, but it will help you deal with common challenges effectively. Table of contents.
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Neatly packed in a gorgeous hardcover. 498 pages. Hardcover/eBook. Release: May 2015. Get the book.
Why This Book Is For You
Real-Life Responsive Web design is focused on what has worked or failed in real-life projects. No theory, no guesswork, no assumptions: just techniques that showed results and proved to work in practice. You'll learn how to:
Be efficient in your responsive workflow,
Tackle common content issues in RWD,
Architect and maintain a style guide,
Design systems with atomic design process,
Master advanced SVG techniques,
Avoid dirty hacks with smart Flexbox techniques,
Build scalable, maintainable CSS layouts,
Manage Web fonts performance issues,
Implement responsive images today,
Craft responsive HTML email newsletters,
Test, maintain and debug responsive sites.
Make responsive websites fast and snappy,
Set up a performance optimization strategy,
Enhance your website with offline features,
Avoid generic solutions and stay creative with RWD.
And that is just scratching the surface. Get the book now and save 25% off, with free shipping only for the next 24h—it won't take more than 60 seconds.