Empowering the Modern-Day Learner with Responsive eLearning

It was in May 2010 when Ethan Marcotte coined the term ‘Responsive Web Design’ to indicate the usage of a fluid grid system to enable webpages to respond to the device viewport. The goal was to improve user experience and to maximize efficiency for the developer, who only had to create one set of code. Almost a decade down and responsive websites are the norm now. It is such an important feature now that Google penalises websites that are not responsive. After making a big mark in web design, responsive design is gradually foraying into eLearning.

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