Responsive Web Design Workshop: Why, How and What’s Next?

Responsive web design has been a beacon of light in the darkness of mobile strategy for many federal agencies. Many There are still many other questions about responsive web design and it’s time to provide some illumination.

Next Thursday, February 6, we are providing an opportunity for agencies to talk about these questions. At our Responsive Web Design Workshop: Why, How and What’s Next? workshop, we’re bringing Aids.gov, Department of Labor, Federal Student Aid, National Cancer Institute, GSA and other agencies together to talk about the ins and outs of responsive web design implementations.

The event will answer three big questions:

  • Why do responsive web design?
  • How should an agency implement responsive web design?
  • Once responsive web design is implemented, how do you stay future ready?

Have you implemented or are you planning to implement a responsively designed site?

Come help us answer these questions, update/build some new mobile user experience recommendations and get your agency’s responsive implementation a leg up!

Space is limited for this FREE EVENT, so sign up now! (Federal Employees Only)

Tentative Agenda

Part 1 – Responsive Design – Why

  • Why and When You Should Do Responsive-All Attendees
  • AIDS.gov Responsive Web Design Experience – AIDS.gov

Part 2 – Responsive Design – How

  • Responsive Web Design Implementation and Open Source CMS Systems – GSA
  • Open Content Modeling and Responsive Design – National Cancer Institute

Part 3 – Responsive Design – What’s Next

  • How Should You Engage With Your Users for Mobile – National Institutes of Health
  • Federal Student Aid-From Responsive to Apps – Department of Education

Event Details:

Responsive Web Design Workshop: Why, How and What’s Next?

Thursday, February 6, 2014

9:00 – 1:00 pm

GSA – 1800 F Street NW

If you have any questions, please contact Jacob Parcell at jacob.parcell@gsa.gov

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