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The New Book by Scott Jehl

Responsible Responsive Design is the new, best selling Web Development book authored by performance expert Scott Jehl.

Websites need to look good, perform well in any circumstances and render quickly. Scott shows us what we need to think about.

Order the 2nd Edition and build, multi-device, multi-browser Websites that work efficiently across a range of devices and networks.

  • Multiple copies of the book Responsible Responsive Design by Scott Jhel
  • Multiple copies of the book Responsible Responsive Design by Scott Jhel
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    Chapter 1 - Responsible Design

  • An image of multiple portable devices. Book, tablet and smartphone

    Chapter 2 - Sustainable Detection

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    Chapter 3 - Planning for Performance

  • Multiple devices in a testing lab: Blackberry, iPhone, Nexus smartphone

    Chapter 4 - Delivering Responsibly

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About the Author Scott Jehl

A Web designer, developer and all round front-end coding expert who has worked alongside: Boston Globe, LEGO and eBay.

Scott Jehl also regularly speaks at conferences and events, some include: An Event Apart, Break Development, and Mobilism.

Scott is active in the developer community releasing open source projects on GitHub. He now lives in Florida http://scottjehl.com.

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Ethan Marcotte

I've worked with Scott on a number of responsive designs. He possesses such an interest in network speeds and fragility. A great read. Ethan Marcotte.

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Lara Hogan

Scott navigates us through the complexities of Responsive Web Design with a focus on, and constant empathy for, our end user. Lara Hogan.

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        A practical introduction to performance from a designer and front-end developer perspective.