Course Description

Learn mobile web design with mobile-first, adaptive, and responsive web design concepts. Review the best practices with our Journey into Mobile course.

Course Overview

  1. Level 1 on Journey into Mobile

    Level 1 Free Level Foundations for Mobile 1 Video | 4 Challenges

    The mobile web and relative font-sizing

  2. Level 2 on Journey into Mobile

    Level 2 Fluid Layouts 1 Video | 7 Challenges

    Learn the foundations for creating scalable, fluid sites

  3. Level 3 on Journey into Mobile

    Level 3 Adaptive Adventures 1 Video | 4 Challenges

    Create sites that adapt to a specific context

  4. Level 4 on Journey into Mobile

    Level 4 Responsive Adventures 1 Video | 7 Challenges

    Create device-agnostic sites optimized for all viewports

  5. Level 5 on Journey Into Mobile

    Level 5 Responsive Media 1 Video | 7 Challenges

    Learn how to scale images, video, and work with retina graphics

About The Professor

Jason VanLue

Jason VanLue

Jason is a designer, husband, and father. He believes design is fundamentally about problem solving for people on the other side of the screen. Jason leads the design team at Envy Labs and Code School, and as a self-taught designer, he's proof that learning by doing works.

Teaching Assistants

Course Reviews (4)


This is my favorite course yet. The topic is increasingly relevant and soon to be essential knowledge for most front end developers. And a great topic is just the first thing the course gets right. Each screencast is professionally produced, informative yet not excessive, and builds incrementally. Alternating lectures with exercises is a proven learning technique that absolutely works. Despite an already awkwardly long and glowing review, I feel compelled to point out that these courses are technically outstanding! They sport an in-browser code editor (with syntax highlighting) that can compile and check your work in real-time. Oh, and it has a polished theme. Code School, you need to know: I want to have all your code babies. Is it a little embarrassing to be publicly admitting this in my review? I mean, yes. It is. But I'm just being honest. Honest feedback - that's what you wanted, right? We can work this out. Call me.


Best course yet in terms of the exercises UX and I've taken them all. I really liked the render tab so I could see how the code I wrote affected the site.


Lots of great info here. Clearing up some of the confusion I had about various parts of mobile design. Thanks again guys!


I have been studying, learning and implementing mobile and responsive techniques over the past year. I loved this course as it teaches sound principles for creating sites. You'll learn some specific techniques, but more importantly you'll learn the 'why' behind the approach.