If you missed my sold-out responsive design workshop last month, you’re in luck — DC Web Women has asked me to do a repeat of Introduction to Responsive Web Design for the Tuesday, Sept. 11, installment of their Code(Her) workshop series. But sign up ASAP, as tickets are going quickly. This is a 2-hour hands-on coding workshop, so bring your laptop. And FYI, even though DC Web Women are sponsoring, the event is open to people of all genders.
Later in the month, the UX & Mobile Creatives Meetup group is hosting a before-work gathering on Tuesday, Sept. 25, titled Responsive Design Heaven and Hell, where you can hear the positive and negative sides of responsive web design. I’ll be speaking on behalf of Good, and James Baldwin from agencyQ will be speaking for Evil — I mean, he’ll be representing the negative view. And it’s a free event, so you should definitely go even though it means waking up super-early.
Also this month is MobileUXCamp on Saturday, Sept 15. I won’t tell you to register for this one, because it’s already sold out. If you’re going, there will certainly be a few sessions on responsive design, including one from event sponsor agencyQ called Responsive Design is not the Silver Bullet to Mobile Strategy. MobileUXCamp is a barcamp/unconference, so most of the schedule isn’t set until the morning of, but maaaaaybe if you’re lucky you’ll get to hear me say a little something about responsive design, like perhaps my Responsive Design is Easy presentation.
Anything else going on that you know of? Let me know and I’ll post it here.