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This article is an exclusive excerpt from Ben Frain's book Responsive Web Design with HTML5 and CSS3 , published by Packt Publishing . When I first started making websites at the end of the 1990s, layout structures were table-based. More often than not, sectioning up screen real estate was done with percentages.
When I first started consulting, I used to squirrel away in my corner and code. Some weeks later, I’d deliver my perfect shining gem to the client after, quite frankly, trying to talk to them as little as possible throughout most of the process. It wasn’t that I didn’t like people, I especially enjoyed talking with developers, but the gap between what I knew I needed to do to get the job right and my ability to explain it to the client seemed insurmountable. With repetition, my ability to explain technical requirements in a management friendly way has evolved to something like passable, but an equally important change has been Github. Github