Working with Systems in Responsive Web Design – March 20, 2014

Join Palantir and Michael Mesker on Thursday, March 20. Register below.

The introduction of responsive web design has amplified the need for designers to approach their work with a systems mindset. Depending on the complexity of your client’s site, systems design can be daunting and potentially difficult. In this talk,’s Michael Mesker will discuss the benefits of a systems, rather than a pages, approach to Web design,  and he will share some tips on how to design effective systems for your client’s content.

Geared toward designers of any level or skillset.

No laptops needed.

Doors open at 6pm and talk begins at 6:30pm. There will be time for Q & A after the talk. Refreshments provided. No on-site registration available.

You can buy your tickets here:

AIGA members can use the promo code AIGAMEMBER for a $5 discount on ticket price ($10 members/$15 non-members)

Michael Mesker is an interactive designer at 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.”

ABOUT 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.

By AIGA Chicago
Published February 28, 2014
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