By Cathy Dew
Emeryville’s 2Plus2 Partners is hosting a webinar on Tuesday, June 7, 10am-11am PDT, to talk about a website refresh, an alternative to a complete redesign and buildout. Responsive design has made it imperative that websites become mobile-friendly, able to translate seamlessly across all devices. Yet companies not ready for a complete overhaul can look to a refresh to update the look and feel of their sites and bring them up to Google’s mobile-friendly standards.
A refresh project can be implemented in specific areas of a website or it may be more comprehensive in its approach. According to Sally Dew, 2Plus2 Creative Director, “While a complete redesign may be a few budget cycles into the future, a refresh may be just the thing to tide you over. A refresh can significantly extend the life of your current website.”
This webinar is part of Plus16, 2Plus2’s monthly webinar program that connects attendees with the company’s developers, designers and implementers who share knowledge about design, technology and project management. “From large-scale intranets to multilingual marketing sites to targeted mobile implementations, we share our practical knowledge of what it takes to make each project a success,” says Cathy Dew, 2Plus2 CEO & President.
The webinars, the first Tuesday of each month at 10am PST / 1pm EST, are open to the public; the format includes a 20-minute presentation followed by Q&A. Each webinar will include examples and recap experiences with real-life projects. More information about Plus16. Register for the June 7 webinar.
2Plus2 Partners is a woman-owned and operated California corporation that has been providing web development and business application services for clients across a wide range of industries since 1995. 2Plus2 Partners provides strategic analysis, design and development for web-applications, CMS websites and Intranets. The company’s solid reputation and proven track record of success is based on delivering quality products, on time and within budget, and building long-term relationships.