Do you want your institution’s Web content to be accessible anywhere by all of your audiences? Is managing the content on multiple sites or apps for multiple devices taking too much time? Are you considering using responsive design to make your institution’s websites accessible on any device but not sure how or where to start?
Join us online to hear solutions to these questions and more from a leading responsive design expert. Even if you have a small staff or budget and a variety of departmental websites, you will learn how you can begin to create an adaptable and mobile-friendly design framework for your institution’s website using responsive design.
Who Should Attend
Web designers, new media designers, and Web and IT programmers will benefit from this strategic look at how to lay the building blocks to prepare for and execute responsive design correctly on the first attempt. Campus marketing directors and communications professionals who manage overall strategy and support web and design teams should also attend.
After participating in this webcast, you will be able to begin to apply responsive design techniques to your website.
- Laying the framework for success
- User Interface
- Content and design considerations
- Using analytics to understand user behavior
- Crafting design to enable action on any device
- Technical considerations
- Aligning CSS
- Using responsive templates
- Staffing considerations
- Time to implement
- Steps to get started
Brett Pollak, Director, Campus Web Office (CWO), University of California, San Diego
Brett Pollak provides leadership to UC San Diego for Web related strategies, including Web development, maintenance, and management. He is the recipient of the 2011 Larry L. Sautter award for innovation in information technology with centralized web application and website development tools. Brett has presented on responsive design topics at the HighEdWeb conference and is a part of one of the early adopter groups that began using responsive design on higher education websites. He has also published articles online through The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals.