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Responsive Design: Where Do We Go From Here?

Accessibility is about providing good experiences for everyone, regardless of physical or mental abilities, gender, race, or language. It recognizes that we all have special needs—physical limitations, bandwidth limitations, device limitations—that may require us to experience the same interface in different ways.

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The Web is Not Poor Man's Native

A few days ago, I linked to an excellent post from Jeremy Keith where he talked about what attracted him to the Web. Chris Wilson touches on similar subjects in  22 more words


This Web App Best Viewed By Someone Else

Eric Meyer talks about the universality of the Web in This Web App Best Viewed By Someone Else. This is a talk worth watching if you’re into the history of the Web, its future and making it truly ubiquitous.


Web! What is it Good For?

Y’see, what attracted me to the web—to the point where I have this blind spot—wasn’t the opportunity to make money. What attracted me to the web was its remarkable ability to allow anyone to share anything, not just for the here and now, but for the future too.

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Choosing Performance

It’s not because of any sort of technical limitations. No, if a website is slow it’s because performance was not prioritized. It’s because when push came to shove, time and resources were spent on other features of a site and not on making sure that site loads quickly.

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Alan Levine speaks martian!

I spoke with Alan Levine about the hyperlink a few weeks ago. It was my hope that I could use the recording to help students and faculty where I work understand why it mattered that we had no permalinks in our learning management system’s course blog platform. 187 more words

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Chrome's Market Share And Service Worker

According to Stat Counter in the past 3 months Chrome made a progress in market share. It’s now got ~31% world wide. But if we dive a bit deeper into the chart below we can see that the situation on mobile is even better. 205 more words