My number one suggestion for Kendo UI would be a Kendo UI kind of bootstrap / foundation. We all know Twitter Bootstrap and Zurb Foundation. The main advantage of these html frameworks are in my opinion: #1. Rapid development of layouts #2. html elements are supported (forms, tables, buttons) #3. Reponsive (and in some cases fluid) grid. #4. Usuable threwout the internet (ie, firefox, chrome, safari etc). #5. User Friendly to start and work with. In the first place I am not suggesting to integrate one of those (that would be my second..) My first suggestion is, make one of your own (fork it or what ever? to start) So that we have not only a html foundation of the project, the elements are also fully integrated with each other. So you can have one uniform theme threw out the whole website / project. So.. That is my first suggestion, and ofcourse the second one related to this one is, when you guys dont want to create your own, integrate a (lets call it css/html framework) that is fluid (because in my opinion, kendo ui is really for business software, and with fluid width you can have more information on your screen..) Hopefully you take this suggestion in consideration. It would really make a different!