Every Wednesday at 5.00PM (GMT) we hold a live support and tuition session for those who need help on specific module issues as well as those who wish to delve deeper into the Duckensian world of our modular designs. These sessions are completely free and are also open to those who have pre-sales questions they would like answered.
PST = 09.00AM
MST = 10.00AM
CST = 11.00AM
EST = 12.00PM
GMT = 5.00pm
WET = 5.00pm
CET = 6.00pm
EET = 7.00pm
Bangkok = 11.00pm
Tokyo = 1.00am
Sydney = 2.00am
Auckland = 4.00am
Having a small number of participants each session means we can guarantee to spend time on everyone's particular issue or agenda.
Having the time to spend on everyone's issue means we can really zoom in and focus on specific issues and learn how to solve them.
Addressing specific rworks in progress means we can also learn how to exploit the multivaried contexts in which our modules find themselves.
Pacific Standard Time (PST) = 09.00AM
Mountain Standard Time (MST) = 10.00AM
Central Standard Time (CST) = 11.00AM
Eastern Standard Time (EST) = 12.00PM
RapidWeaver Central Time (RWT/GMT) = 5.00pm
Western European Time (WET) = 5.00pm
Central European Time (CET) = 6.00pm
Eastern European Time (EET) = 7.00pm
Bangkok, Thailand = 11.00pm
Tokyo, Japan = 1.00am
Sydney, Australia = 2.00am
Auckland, New Zealand = 4.00am
One of the greatest benefits of the Duck Soup modules are the weekly live, 2-hour, sessions. These are not only helpful for using the modules, they're also a masterclass in BWD stack usage. I also booked several private sessions with Marten, and his approach to teaching and design is exceptional!
"Marten’s webinars are amazing. I have learned so much from them. The sessions and his Maximal Design modules have really taken my web design to the next level. I would recommend them to anyone who uses Rapidweaver. Thank you Marten."
"Absolutely fabulous gathering this evening and a delight to meet with yourself and all the attendees. I certainly picked up some key points from the various informal discussions and believe that through the group, the sharing of ideas and experiences will be a benefit to all."