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Learn Responsive Web Design for Free

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That’s right Vitamins (and non-Vitamins, since this course is open to everyone), Aquent Gymnasium has just launched the Responsive Web Design for Developers course, and you’re invited to participate free of charge!

If you’re a front end developer who’s been dragging your feet while the world has gone mad responsive around you, here’s your chance to get in with the in-crowd.

By jumping in, you’ll learn the essential elements of responsive design:

  • Designing with flexible grids
  • Deploying fluid media with responsive images
  • Using CSS media queries
  • Responsive web typography
  • The "Mobile First" approach
  • Reducing page size in order to improve performance


All taught by none other than Jeremy Osborn, long-time online educator, author of HTML5 Digital Classroom and Adobe Dreamweaver CS6 Digital Classroom, and academic director for Aquent Gymnasium.

Though this course has been created for front end developers, Jeremy guarantees that even designers with light coding skills will benefit from working through the lessons. Yee haw. (If you’re a designer who wants to learn code, our Coding for Designers course might be just what you’re looking for. Lucky you, enrollment has been extended until the end of the year.)

Just sign up at the Aquent Gymnasium site.

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