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Last Chance To Grab The Responsive Web Design Course [Deals]



When it comes to web design nowadays, responsiveness is the key. We’re no longer looking at computer screens alone when we’re surfing the Internet. We’re looking at the web on screens that can fit in your pocket, and desktop screens are getting larger and larger. So if you’re building a website, you need to think about this: What screen sizes do you need to concern yourself with? Frankly, you need to think about all of them.

Cult of Mac Deals has got a great deal that’s set to expire that will help you learn responsive design. It’s a course that uses a step-by-step process for creating a design that rearranges content, resizes elements, and adapts itself based on the size of your visitor’s screen size. And this video course wis only $49 – 67% off the regular price!

In this course – put together by Chris Converse, a designer, photographer, and web developer at Codify Design Studio – you’ll learn the secret ingredients of CSS3. CSS3 will give you precise control over how your design adapts to different screen sizes. The course contains over 11 lectures and 1.5 hours of content, ranging from topics such as reviewing project files, optimizing web graphics, adding HTML for layout and content, creating base CSS rules and creating screen-based CSS rules.

There’s a lot more to learn about this fantastic responsive web design course over at our Cult of Mac Deals page. But if you’re looking to up your web design skills and bring them into the modern (and mobile) era, pick up this offer before it’s gone — which is in less than 24 hours.

At such a great savings, it’s a deal that deserves your “response” today!


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