In this training workshop we’ll cover some of the exciting possibilities that the modern web brings us, and look at how these can bring benefits to both customers and your business itself.
You may have heard about “progressive web apps” (PWAs) but not really be sure what they are, or why some of the conversations around them (involving words like ‘service workers’, ’performance’, ‘offline’, or ‘progressive enhancement’) really matter — this will help to change that, and give you the confidence you need to understand where they, and other modern web options, can fit into your strategy.
The material will be delivered via a set of lessons followed with interactive activities. No special equipment is needed.
This course can be adapted to suit a half- or full-day session. With a half-day session I’ll work with you to define the areas you’re most interested in, rather than trying to cover everything.
Depending on the length, we may look at some or all of the following:
Whilst the setting is a hands-on workshop, this won’t be coding-focused, and no particular technical skills are needed. The intention is to provide strategic decision makers, non-development team-leads, and other people interested in the possibilities that the web can provide, a solid grasp of the concepts and impact… without them having to worry about ‘not being technical enough’ or any fear of asking stupid questions.
By participating in this workshop you’ll come away with:
Sally Lait is a senior digital transformation consultant based in the UK. A former Head of Technology agency-side, her company Records Sound the Same now helps organisations like the Manor Racing F1 team, RNLI, Inghams, and Ski Total to evolve their relationship with the web and digital technologies. The merging of user-led thinking, innovation, and solid technical principles is what drives her work - helping people to understand opportunities for change, their choices, and how to make these happen. Sally speaks at events around the world, documents Japanese train stamps and manholes, is an Open Data Institute Associate, and tweets as @sallylait.
If you'd like to discuss booking this workshop for your company, please get in touch using one of the methods on our contact page. It's useful if you could let us know:
We'll then be able to get back to you with an indication of costs and a plan.Book now