Responsive Web Design

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Responsive Web Design is a procedure or practice that recommends that the design and development of a website should react according to the user’s demeanour or setting based on a range of aspects.

If you are someone looking to form a clear understanding of how websites can be made user friendly and responsive, this is the ideal course for you.

An intelligent use of CSS queries, to create flexible design grids, images and layouts. Responsive Web Design is used so that websites automatically adjust according to the preferences of the user. For instance, if a user switches from their laptop to a tab, the website shouldn’t deny access to them. A responsive website will automatically accommodate its resolution and design according to the device. To design a responsive website you need to have knowledge about the following tools:

  • CSS Transitions and Media Queries
  • Responsive Design Testing
  • WebPutty

At LSET, dive into a whole new experience of practical training and real-world exposure. With a set of four extensive courses, get an in-depth knowledge of every aspect and nuances of Responsive Web Design.

Benefits of learning Responsive Web Design
  • According to the BLS, in the next two years, employment within this field is expected to grow by 27%.
  • As the demand for mobile-responsive interfaces is on the rise, jobs of Responsive Web Designers are expected to rise too.
  • Being a web designer also provides you with flexible work hours and the ability to work anywhere on the go.
  • Concerning various surveys, the median salary for a Responsive Web Designer would be approximately £57,000.

Course Curriculum

Responsive Web Design Beginner Certificate

Responsive Web Design Advanced Certificate

Department Contact Info

Web Design & Development

1 Cornhill,
London, England,

+44 (0) 20 3369 9909
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Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 5:00P.M.

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