How to Learn Responsive Design - 33 Bootcamps to Get You Started
Since 2017, mobile web traffic has represented more than half of total web traffic, which means that responsive websites—or sites that conform to any screen size—are essential. However, not all web developers know the ins and outs of creating responsive websites. There are also other people, such as graphic designers and user experience (UX) designers, who can benefit from knowing about responsive design. That’s why many bootcamps offer entry-level and intermediate courses covering responsive design fundamentals, including HTML5, CSS3, and Media Queries, Photoshop image optimization and slicing, and design adaptations for various screen sizes.
Front-end web developers are the largest group of people who apply responsive design. The median salary for web developers in the U.S. is $70,000, and projected job growth from 2018 to 2028 for these fields is 13 percent—faster than the 5 percent projected growth rate across all occupations.
There are many bootcamps and courses available for people who are interested in web development. Below is a list of those that include responsive design in particular. To help students compare and evaluate the options, SwitchUp includes student reviews along with details about each course.