Redesign your static website into a modern, fully responsive website.
As the usage of mobile devices of all shapes and sizes increases exponentially every year, and dominates the manner in which many users access the web, it is now imperative for any business to have a responsive website that adapts seamlessly to any screen size and resolution - a change that will impact not only your designs but the way you build your site. Moving to Responsive Web Design shows you how to convert fixed grids, previously built on absolute units such as pixels, into fluid ones, based on relative units such as percentages or ems.
You will also learn to plan how your designs and patterns will adapt across various breakpoints, and how to approach the challenge of responsive images. The prospect of converting an existing site into responsive design, when you don't have all the time in the world and your resources are already outstretched, can be daunting, but with this book and the right tools you can tame the scope of the project from the start and find the time for you and your team to work on making your site enjoyable on any device.
Moving to Responsive Web Design is full of ideas and examples of how you can more easily plan, design, develop, and release, your responsively redesigned site. Provides ways of finding time in your hectic schedule to complete a project that is truly important Helps you to scope a responsive redesign project so it's achievable with the resources you have availableProvides examples of how other teams have solved some of the most common problems What You Will LearnFind the time in your busy schedule to redesign your site. Engage the entire team in the plan, design and development process. Use your resources in clever and efficient ways. Focus on reusability to save your team time and money. Release your first fully responsive site. Who This Book is ForBusy designers, and developers who want to convert an existing site to responsive design and don't have all the time in the world.
It's for teams who know that the move to having a responsive site is the right one, but are struggling to find the time and resources to fit such an expansive project into their already overflowing schedules.