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Responsive Web Design

In-House Responsive Workshops

With Karen McGrane & Ethan Marcotte

About Our In-House Responsive Design Workshops

Is your company ready for responsive? It’s not just about layout anymore: a responsive redesign will raise challenges with your current design, development, and publishing processes. Whether you’re just starting out or already in the thick of things, we can help you make the move to mobile and beyond.

We hear stories like this from companies all over the world:

  • Our desktop website content needs a complete overhaul for mobile. Where do we even start?

  • Images and other assets also need to be re-evaluated. How do we make sure we have the right sizes and formats?

  • We need move our design processes beyond the desktop. What new documents and tools do we need to make the right decisions?

  • Performance problems seem insurmountable. How do we keep from overloading our users?

  • How do we assess whether our current CMS will help us publish across platforms? What do we do if it won't?

  • Our teams and executives need new ways to work together. What does that look like, and how do we get people to change?

These are big, complex challenges. We’ve helped dozens of companies face them head-on…​and solve them.

Planning Your Workshop

Our in-house responsive workshops are customized for your unique needs and participants. You’ll get exactly the information and advice you need, whether in group stakeholder presentations, hands-on exercises, core team working sessions, or building future state roadmaps, and we always leave plenty of time for Q&A.

Who We’ve Worked With

  • CIBC
  • Expedia
  • Marriott
  • Wells Fargo
  • PayPal
  • New York Life Investment Management
  • Seattle Children’s Hospital
  • The Associated Press
  • Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Sound Like Fun? Hire Us!

Hello, Karen & Ethan! Your workshop sounds amazing, and I’d like to talk with you about bringing it to my company. A bit more about me:

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Hope to hear from you soon!

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