With mobile devices accounting for more than half of all internet traffic, responsive design is becoming the norm more than ever before. It makes for a better user experience, and really minimizes the work on your end. Instead of creating disparate sets of HTML for desktop and mobile versions of your site, you only have to worry about designing a single website with a single set of code.
Clarissa Peterson, author of Learning Responsive Web Design, explores the history of responsive web design and walks readers through a responsive workflow from project kickoff to site launch.
Check out this free preview chapter from Learning Responsive Web Design for an in-depth, hands-on look at the major components of responsive web design: flexibility and media queries.