Tag: progressive-enhancement

Response JS: mobile-first progressive enhancement in HTML5.

Response JS: mobile-first progressive enhancement in HTML5.. This is a very interesting project. Responsive design will continue to be a steady topic of conversation in 2012 and tools like this help propel us to talking about it applicably. Without going into too much detail about responsive design itself, I’d like to point out what Response […]

Posted: December 27, 2011

Revisiting Progressive Enhancement in CSS

John Resig recently posted a bit on progressive CSS enhancement, which got me thinking a bit more about a post I wrote some time ago.

Posted: March 17, 2008

Applying Progressive Enhancement to Your CSS

It is becoming more common for designers to neglect progressive enhancement once unobtrusive JavaScript is obtained. There are countless JavaScript libraries available, full of code that is designed with progressive enhancement in mind. The issue that’s becoming increasingly problematic, in my opinion, is the associated style that is required to achieve desired visual effects.

Posted: March 19, 2007