Quality matters. With our full-day workshops, we aim to bring the best Web design experts close to you. Well, if these workshops don’t help you get better and smarter, what will? Seriously.
Sketchnotes from a Smashing Workshop, by Elisabeth Irgens.
|Responsive Design by Vitaly Friedman
In this workshop, Vitaly will present practical techniques, clever tricks and useful strategies from real-life projects that you will definitely find quite useful when working on any responsive design project. Read more…
|Interface Design Bootcamp by Aarron Walter Sold Out
In this workshop you’ll explore the design process in detail including user research, wireframing, prototyping, and visual design. Through real world examples you’ll see how an idea can evolve into an interface. Read more…
|Designing Grid Systems by Mark Boulton
In this workshop, Mark will take it right back to basics on how to design your grids, what things you need to consider for designing grids for different applications and devices, and how we can practically start working ‘content out’. Read more…
|Responsive Email Newsletters by Fabio Carneiro
This workshop presents clever techniques and strategies for building and testing responsive HTML email newsletters, optimize user experience in mail clients and ensuring that the newsletters get through the spam filters. Read more…
|CSS Architecture by Jonathan Snook
Full day of instruction and exercises on writing HTML and CSS using a flexible and modular approach that will improve team efficiency and minimize problems with growing projects. It studies the eBook and brings it to life with practical examples, tips and in-depth discussions. Read more…
|Real-Life Responsive Web Design by Andy Hume Sold Out
This workshop goes into detail explaining step by step how you plan, build and maintain a responsive website responsibly. It focuses on responsive front-end development, covering advanced performance tips, maintenance issues, responsible use of web fonts, emerging tooling, and other practical lessons. Read more…
|RWD for the Photoshoppian by Dan Rose
Dan discusses techniques and practices for making the workflow smooth, fast, efficient and still allow enough room for creativity. Learn how to make a swift transition from Photoshop onto the Web, when to start prototyping in the browser, and how to transform heavily visual designs on the Web, responsively and responsibly. Read more…
|SVG Techniques For Graphs by Brian SudaSold Out
This workshop will get you started by guiding you through the basics of chart and graph design and how you can create interactive data visualizations with SVG. We’ll look at the use of SVG as part of the workflow to easily create charts and graphs. Read more…
We love fixing existing problems. Is your company struggling with legacy systems or a suboptimal workflow, front-end issues or responsive design? Well, perhaps we can help. We’d be more than happy to run in-house workshops in your company, tailored specifically to your needs. Get in touch.
We are flexible about the topics and the format of the workshops, but what we really want is to actually help you solve your problems. Here are just some workshops ideas that we could run:
Interested? Brilliant! Let’s see what we can do! Just send us a short email at email@example.com and shortly describe what problems you’d like to solve. We’ll do our best to deliver the most value and effectively address your issues. Ah, and don’t worry about the pricing, we’ll find a fair pricing for sure. Yes, it’s that easy!
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