Evolution of a Working Process: In the Trenches with Responsive Web Design
Thursday, December 12, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CST)
Responsive design changed the way we think about designing for the Web and in turn changed the way in which we work with our clients. Palantir.net has been in the trenches working with responsive Web design from the beginning and can help you get a jump start on your own best practices.
In this talk, Palantir.net’s senior designers Patrick Grady and Michael Mesker will share lessons learned from project work so you can ….
• understand common pain points that clients and designers experience during a RWD project
• learn specifics about the evolution of the design process and tools employed at Palantir.net
• discover how your RWD projects can be more successful.
Doors open at 6; talk begins at 6:30. There will be time for Q & A after the talk. Refreshments provided. No on-site registration available.
ABOUT MICHAEL MESKER AND PATRICK GRADY
Michael Mesker is an interactive designer at Palantir.net. He’s worked on the Web with the University of Michigan, The Ounce of Prevention, Interlochen Center for the Arts, American Public Media Group, and Barnard University. As a recovering print designer, Michael enjoys examining and addressing the challenges of working *with* the maturing web. He was recently voted “most-likely to want Mexican for lunch.”
Patrick Grady has a design degree from the University of Illinois and a love of all things web. As an interactive designer with Palantir.net, he enjoys working with clients like The University of Michigan, NBC Universal, Interlochen Center for the Arts, Public Radio International, and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. His professional interests include responsive Web design, designing with code, living styleguides, SASS + Compass, typography for the web, and attempting to stay ahead of the curve on all of those things.
Palantir.net is a boutique Web firm that creates engaging online experiences. We work for clients with complex, enterprise-level needs and who value accessible, sustainable, best-practices- and human-centered approaches to processes, strategy, user experience, design, development, quality assurance, training, support and consulting. We make good, inside and out.
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AIGA members can use the promo code AIGAMEMBER for a $5 discount on ticket price ($10 members/$15 non-members).