Responsive web design basically means that your website will look good on all devices-- desktop, tablet, and mobile. To accomplish this, you can use media queries in CSS to target certain device widths which will use different styles.
One pretty common practice in responsive design is to "stack" elements for tablet and/or mobile. For example, if on desktop the design contains a grid with 4 blocks in a row, on tablet you could make it have 2 blocks per row, and on mobile just 1 block per row.
Any other responsive design practices that you've noticed? Feel free to leave a comment with it!
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What even is time? I try to promodoro technique my tasks when I remember (that's when you time yourself to work on something for say 25 minutes - look it up cuz it's SUPER effective). But I'm not too sure if it's for me because I'm a project focused individual. I'll tell myself I want to work on something for a certain amount of time, but I'll end up hyper focusing on it until it's done. I'm still deciding if this is a strength or a weakness. Probably a bit of both. ------
But this hyper focus and not letting something go until it's done/perfect is why tomorrow's announcement is even more exciting because I'm finally learning when and how to use this trait, and when I need to just let it go. ------
Are you a timed tasker or do it til it's done type of person? Any tips for breaking yourself away from a project to go work on other things on your to-do list?