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Wish your clients could update their own website? Looking for a way to increase your web presence? Frustrated that your content isn't better organized? You need to get familiar with a Content Management System or CMS!
AIGA Philadelphia presents another Pencil 2 Pixel crash course with Happy Cog. This time, we'll learn how to design for various CMS's. The lecture will be presented by Happy Cog’s Yesenia Perez-Cruz, a multi-disciplinary designer; Allison Wagner, a developer; and Michael Johnson. Together, these three will illustrate a cross section of internal design and development teams and shed light on their process. They'll also discuss how they work together, design within constraints, and how much code you need to know.
About Happy Cog
Founded by a visionary and staffed by creative superstars, Happy Cog delivers beautiful websites that never lose sight of the human being using them. From site structure to interface design, from branding to content development, Happy Cog’s people are the authorities. Learn directly from the experts who, literally, write books for interactive designers and regularly host website design conferences. Happy Cog also creates beautiful websites for happy clients such as AIGA, Advertising Age, Thomson Reuters, Warner Bros. Films, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), WordPress, Zappos, VisitPhilly, and Mozilla.
Philadelphia University students, faculty & staff attend FREE. Enter discount code: PHILLYU. Must show valid Philly U ID at entry.
Teachers, ask about our group discount here.
This event is presented by AIGA Philadelphia in conjunction with DesignPhiladelphia. Become a member of AIGA, the professional association for design, to receive member pre-sale access, special member pricing and other AIGA benefits.DesignPhiladelphia is a city-wide initiative featuring 450+ designers from arenas such as jewelry design, landscape design, industrial design and graphic design, to name a few. It is the nation's largest celebration of it's kind.