Jason (www.jasonspeaking.com) is a long standing leader in the Web design community, well known for being able to explain complex technical concepts to non-technical audiences. He is the author of numerous books on digital design, including CSS3 Visual Quickstart Guide (Peachpit, 6th edition 2013) and Fluid Web Typography (New Riders; 2009). Jason is also a highly sought after speaker, talking regularly at WebVisions, SXSW, edUI, and HOW.
Jason can help you with
- Responsive Web Design
- More than a trend, responsive web design is how you can get the most out of your web presence no matter how your customers are viewing it. Jason can help with analysis of your current site, recommendations on how to improve it, and even training your team on the latest advances in design and development techniques.
- User Experience for Technical Teams
- For dev teams to work more effectively in an agile environment, they need to not only be able to code solutions quickly, but also accurately. Part of this will be understanding the fundamentals of user experience design and why it matters.
- Part of being a great web designer is understanding the medium you are designing for, recognizing its weaknesses and pushing its strengths. It's no longer enough to show a visual mock-up and explain what happens, you have to be able to show what happens. Your job doesn’t stop after the web page loads, it's really only just starting.
- Web Brand
- If you are tired of your site looking like a pale imitation of your competitions, Jason can help you stand out. Learn how to differentiate your web brand using cutting edge responsive design techniques and the latest advances in Web typography to bring the same quality you have in your print brand to the Web.
- How you design web pages is changing—rapidly. The Web is not a static medium, and it's no longer enough to show a static visual mock-up and explain what happens; you have to be able to show what happens using working prototypes. Jason can help you find the best prototyping solutions for your team, and then train them on the basics.