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7 Steps to Building a Responsive Website:
Using Responsive and Adaptive Design to Engage Members
Qualifies for 1.5 CAE Credits
Recorded June 9, 2015

Your website may deliver a superb experience when members interact with it via their desktops.  But what happens when they use their tablets or smartphones? If they can’t navigate and the experience is poor, your organization risks losing web traffic and SEO, along with donors, members, sponsors and even event attendees.

That’s why your website must provide an excellent user experience on every platform. To do so, you need a strategy that takes the guesswork out of how to leverage responsive and adaptive design and native applications to engage members on all the devices they’re using. 

Here’s a 7-step process for creating that strategy and using it to maximize engagement.

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Your website may deliver a superb experience when members interact with it via their desktops.  But what happens when they use their tablets or smartphones? If they can’t navigate and the experience is poor, your organization risks losing web traffic and SEO, along with donors, members, sponsors and even event attendees.

That’s why your website must provide an excellent user experience on every platform. To do so, you need a strategy that takes the guesswork out of how to leverage responsive and adaptive design and native applications to engage members on all the devices they’re using. 

Here’s a 7-step process for creating that strategy and using it to maximize engagement.

Register now for 7 Steps to Building a Responsive Website: Using Responsive and Adaptive Design to Engage Members.

In this 90-minute webinar, an expert web consultant from Results Direct and an experienced association executive from the National Quality Forum show you how to craft a multi-device strategy that adapts to desktops, tablets or smartphones. From the benefits and limitations of responsive design and native apps, to methods for engaging members across different kinds of devices, you’ll learn how to engage members on any—and all—devices they’re using.

Learn a 7-step process for creating your own unique multi device strategy.  You’ll discover best practices and tips you can implement immediately to keep content available and the user experience positive, even when members are interacting with that content on small phone screens. You’ll also learn how to build the right strategy for your unique organization and keep it responsive as technology and user habits continue to change. Plus, you’ll have the chance to ask your own questions during the Q&A portion of the webinar.

Reserve your space now to create a multi-device strategy that uses responsive and adaptive design to maximize member engagement, including:

  • How the use of different devices shapes user expectations
  • Benefits and limitations of responsive and adaptive design and native apps
  • Proven strategies for engaging members across multiple devices
  • Best practices for leveraging mobile and designing the best mobile experience
  • Planning tools and how to adapt them for your own organization
  • Ways to save time and money in making your website responsive
  • A 7-step process you can start using now to craft a successful multi-device strategy

Remember, a website that isn’t able to respond and adapt to different devices can cost you website traffic, lower your SEO and take a toll on members, sponsors, donations and attendance at events.  Don’t wait!  Get expert guidance that takes the guesswork out of how to create your own most successful multi-device strategy. 

Register now for 7 Steps to Building a Responsive Website: Using Responsive and Adaptive Design to Engage Members.

Speaker Details:
Alex Mouw is a solutions consultant specializing in strategic web solutions for Results Direct.
With more than 15 years of experience, she provides web, mobile, and e-commerce technology consulting and project management expertise to associations. At Results Direct, she works directly with association clients to assist them with website strategic planning and provide actionable recommendations of time and money saving technologies and to provide exceptional member service online.

Dan Scheeler is director of digital strategy for the National Quality Forum. He has over 20 years of experience in information services, and seventeen years of experience in the nonprofit sector. He has a proven history of bringing together colleagues and external vendors to successfully manage multiple content management, web design, online application, and data collection projects to benefit association members. Dan sharing his knowledge, experience, and lessons learned with association colleagues as a speaker on web content management, usability, and search engine optimization. 

Who Will Benefit:
This webinar is of value to associations, nonprofits, membership organizations, association management groups and association consultants. Attendees who will benefit the most include:

  • Association consultants
  • Association executives
  • Information technology staff
  • Communications staff
  • Marketing staff
  • Technology directors

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