Resilient Web Design

A presentation at Boston CSS in in Boston, MA, USA by Jeremy Keith

Resilient Web Design

Resilient Web Design

Materials

Materials

The meaning of markup

The meaning of markup

A matter of style

A matter of style

Killing it

Killing it

Browser wars

Browser wars

Coupling

Coupling

Dancing about architecture

Dancing about architecture

Visions

Visions

Prints and the revolution

Prints and the revolution

Taking your talent to the web

Taking your talent to the web

If it ain't fixed, don't break it

If it ain't fixed, don't break it

Dao or dao not

Dao or dao not

Ship of tools

Ship of tools

Reality bites

Reality bites

Stuck inside of mobile

Stuck inside of mobile

We are one

We are one

Positive response

Positive response

The adjacent possible

The adjacent possible

Changing mindset

Changing mindset

Layers

Layers

Progressive enhancement

Progressive enhancement

Do websites need to look exactly the same in every browser?

Do websites need to look exactly the same in every browser?

Cutting the mustard

Cutting the mustard

Aggressive enhancement

Aggressive enhancement

Challenges

Challenges

"This is too simple"

"This is too simple"

"This is too difficult"

"This is too difficult"

"How do I convince...?"

"How do I convince...?"

Tools

Tools

Future friendly

Future friendly

Assumptions

Assumptions

The future

The future

Thrill to the explanations of error handling! Gasp at the separation of concerns! Weep as you realize that he's talking about progressive enhancement yet again! Or, y'know, just have a very pleasant evening geeking out about where CSS comes from.

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