Good UX Means Good Business
In a world where technology is rapidly advancing and user expectations are rising, it’s no longer enough to have an average user experience; to delight your users and surpass your competition you must strive for the exceptional.
Responsive Web Design is all over the place right now. Some of it’s even on the Internet! And many of you are doubtless thinking, “Self, how can I get some of that hotness?”
Well, you’re in luck! (But only if you promise to stop referring to yourself as “self” when you think out-loud). On April 25th at noon CDT, I’ll be presenting a webinar on this very topic, entitled Responsive Web Design: One Size No Longer Fits All (link opens in new window/tab).
In the hour we have, I’ll be covering topics such as:
- What is Responsive Web Design anyway?
- Examples please! Show me this new hotness
- What’s the downside then, smarty-pants? – The pros and cons of a responsive approach, and
- The nitty-gritty – Skills and techniques to use in a Responsive Web Design
If you’re very lucky, I’ll even make it marginally entertaining.
Responsive Web Design is important. No, it’s “Very Important Indeed”. It represents a tectonic shift in the way websites are designed and delivered. With it comes an array of benefits, not least of which is a universally-accessible website – one site, many devices. And while the benefits are legion, it’s important to remember the traps one can fall into without careful preparation. Come join the fun on April 25th for a lively and informative discussion that will help you avoid falling into one of those traps.
Now, go sign up for the webinar, and I’ll see you on the 25th!