Responsive Web Design: Big Ideas for Small Screens with Dino Baskovic

Hosted by Refresh Detroit

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Join us October 17 for "Responsive Web Design: Big Ideas for Small Screens," a timely presentation in which Dino Baskovic will explore the latest trends in web design for the mobile era, why users would care and how it can influence your next web project.

About Dino Baskovic

Dino Baskovic is a long-time web design and open standards advocate based in metro Detroit. His web work stretches back to the late '90s, having ranged from publishing a weekly offbeat webzine to launching some of the first intranet sites for General Motors. Over the years, Dino has been instrumental in the design and development of websites and portals for Sears, Bank of America, Continental, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Michigan and Amway, as well as many Detroit-area businesses, organizations and startups.

Currently, Dino is the vice president of digital strategy for The Quell Group in Troy, where he leads the agency's online marketing practice in the areas of web, social media, mobile and analytics. At Quell, Dino counsels clients on key digital themes including campaign integration, content management and adaptive design.

Dino also is an adjunct professor at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, where he founded and taught the school's first web design sequence from[masked]. He still teaches in LTU's Technical and Professional Communication program, exploring the four-way intersection of engagement, influence, education and user experience. He tweets as @ProfessorDino (

Meeting Location:

This month's event is being hosted at The Qube, one of the recent additions to the Quicken Loans family of buildings! The entrance is located on Fort Street and you will be directed to the meeting room upon arrival. Just mention that you're with the Refresh Detroit group.


We suggest parking in the Compuware parking structure, located on Farmer and Monroe streets. Parking is $5 and is a short 5 minute walk to The Qube (see map below). The address for the Compuware building is 1 Campus Martius Detroit, MI 48226‎