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An event that celebrates responsive web design, web development, and accessibility

Three robot mascots for the Responsive Field Day event, frolicing against an abstract Portland-esque backdrop

Inspired by Responsive Day Out in Brighton, we decided to bring the brightest minds in responsive web design to our home town for a day of phenomenal talks.

Responsive Field Day was a fun, open and accessible event—and the site we designed needed to reflect those values.

When we set out to create a conference, we wanted to do things a bit differently. We wanted to make sure as many people as possible could attend the event so we kept prices low and promised to donate any proceeds to charity.

We also wanted to celebrate Portland and encourage people to visit our wonderful city.

The site reflects our community spirit. The background contains many references to Portland landmarks while the little bits of animation sprinkled on the geometric robots let people know the conference doesn’t take itself too seriously.

The event was a huge success. We were able to donate money to buy laptops for local underserved youth. And all of the audio and video from the talks can be found on the site.

Jason Grigsby, Yesenia Perez-Cruz and Tyler Sticka stand on stage against a photo crediting Cloud Four with the event. (Photo ©️ Win Goodbody)
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