Responsive Design & Sitecore

A session at Sitecore Meetup

Wednesday 24th April, 2013

6:00pm to 8:00pm (EST)

Any Sitecore project being started today is likely planning for mobile, but what does that really mean?

The April New England Sitecore User Group will feature a panel presentation and discussion from ISITE Design’s battle-tested User Experience and Sitecore Development teams that explore the many considerations that go into planning, designing and developing responsive and mobile-friendly Sitecore experiences.

The teams will look at real-world projects with example deliverables, code and approaches for a variety of scenarios. We’ll look at trade-offs in the development processes, approaches to adaptive vs. responsive and the experience-based planning and content strategy necessary for success. Rock-star Sitecore developers are only part of the equation when it comes to making responsive design work with Sitecore.

The discussion will be geared toward both experienced developers and end users and organizations approaching mobile and responsive design for the first time. There's something for everyone.

Come join our expert panel and bring your own experiences with mobile and responsive design to add to the discussion.

About the speakers

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Deanna Glaze

User Experience Designer at ISITE, advocate of all things design, occasional writer, ethnographer wanna-be, and all-around Troublemaker. bio from Twitter

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Ozell McBride
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Wendy Derstine
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Petra Gregorová

Born and raised in Slovakia, now Boston-bound front-end developer with determination to be the best in what I do every day. bio from Twitter

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John Eckman

CEO @10up, WordCamp Boston organizer, Developer, UX, CMS, Open source enthusiast, Vegan. bio from Twitter

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Time 6:00pm8:00pm EST

Date Wed 24th April 2013

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