Slides from Voices That Matter: Designing with Progressive Enhancement, Todd Parker

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Todd Parker presenting at Voices That
MatterPhoto Credit: OCJess Last week, Filament Group’s Todd Parker presented topics from our book, Designing with Progressive Enhancement, at the 2010 Voices That Matter Conference in San Francisco. Todd’s presentation talked about the importance of developing for universal accessibility, and included examples of how we use the EnhanceJS framework to build complex interactions that leverage the latest technologies while remaining usable for those with less capable browsers and devices.

Below are Todd’s slides posted in video format. For more information on the importance of building with progressive enhancement, be sure to check out the introduction to our book, which is posted for free on the Peachpit website: The Case for Designing with Progressive Enhancement.

Note: A video of the talk is available on the Vimeo website:

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