1. Progressive Enhancement (Preview)

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    Souvik Das Gupta introduces his workshop on the progressive enhancement philosophy of front-end web development. Filmed for Meta Refresh 2014.

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    • Nina Stössinger on Being Ernestine

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      Filmed at Ampersand 2013 in Brighton, UK on 28 June 2013. http://AmpersandConf.com "What does it mean to design a professional typeface? Nina will tell the short tale of the long journey towards completing her first typeface design; a musing on fun and frustration, on learning to draw and learning to see, on passion and perseverance – on being earnest, and making FF Ernestine."

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      • Andy Hume on Web Fonts as a Progressive Enhancement

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        Filmed at Ampersand 2013 in Brighton, UK on 28 June 2013. http://AmpersandConf.com "Progressive enhancement attempts to ensure that content is delivered to all web users regardless of technology. How do web fonts fit into this methodology? What and where are the possible pitfalls, and how might we work around them? Andy will look at some learnings from implementing web fonts on high performance and high availability sites including the Guardian."

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        • Responsive Design For Publishers - What it takes to get Mobile Friendly, Future Friendly Websites.

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          Responsive Design alone doesn't create great mobile experiences. We to combine other ideas together to make mobile friendly, future friendly websites. This "code free" presentation outlines how ideas like mobile first, progressive enhancement, Structured Content, and Performance budgets are all important components for building websites that support current devices along with future ones. --- Originally Presented at Magnet 2013 - "One website for Many Devices" - Canadian Magazine Publisher's Conference. --- Slide Deck Link - http://www.slideshare.net/afoster0/responsive-design-for-publishers-what-it-takes-to-get-mobile-friendly-future-friendly

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          • Прогрессивное улучшение

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            Александр Богданов | СПИК 2013 Александр Богданов рассказал как AGIMA начала заниматься адаптивными сайтами, что такое принцип future-friendly web и в чем разница между Progressive Enhancement и Graceful Degradation. http://www.agima.ru/

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            • Aaron Gustafson - Designing with Empathy - BDConf, April 2013

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              Register Now for BD Conf at www.bdconf.com Aaron has nearly 15 years experience on the web and, in that time, has cultivated a love of web standards and an in-depth knowledge of website strategy and architec­ture, interface design, and numerous languages (including XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PHP). He co-founded Retreats 4 Geeks, an intimate technology training series, and is Group Manager of the Web Standards Project (WaSP) where he has spearheaded both Web Standards Sherpa and a small business outreach effort. He wrote the JavaScript library eCSStender, served as Technical Editor for A List Apart, is a contributing writer for .net Magazine, and has filled a small library with his technical writing and editing credits. His latest book is Adaptive Web Design: Crafting Rich Experiences with Progressive Enhancement. Twitter Handle: @aarongustafson Presented by Aaron Gustafson at the April 2013 Breaking Development Conference in Orlando, Florida. www.bdconf.com
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              • Scott Jehl: Interacting Responsibly (and Responsively!) - An Event Apart

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                Your site is being used in ways you may not expect. Between screens small and large, bandwidth constraints, varying capabilities, assistive technologies, and diverse input mechanisms – mouse, keyboard, touch, sensors, device buttons, trackpads, and so on – multi-device development requires an awful lot of consideration to do well. The Filament Group's Scott Jehl (co-author, Designing With Progressive Enhancement) is a pioneer in doing it well. And in this 60-minute video, captured live at An Event Apart Boston 2012, he shares advanced and emerging techniques for improving the responsiveness (if you will) of responsive web design despite all the pitfalls, hazards, and unknowns of multi-device development. You will learn how to think and build defensively, creating experiences that not only work most anywhere, but take advantage of the latest browser capabilities and are ready for your users’ next move. For more Scott Jehl multi-device wisdom, read Luke Wroblewski's notes on Scott's presentation http://www.lukew.com/ff/entry.asp?1565. You may also enjoy Jeffrey Zeldman's new 60-minute interview with Scott Jehl on The Big Web Show podcast, episode 83 (February 28, 2013) at http://5by5.tv/bigwebshow/83 , where the two designers discuss the very latest thinking on a host of design, development, and performance issues. An Event Apart Boston 2012 featured 12 great speakers and sessions, plus a full day workshop on designing for mobile and beyond. More free full-length videos from the show will be posted soon. An Event Apart will hold eight conferences in 2013. See http://aneventapart.com for more.

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                • Aalto Web Apps Lecture 4 Fall 2012

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                  Lecture covering progressive enhancement and responsive design with CSS.

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                  • Steve Moss - MVC web app with jQuery UI

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                    "MVC Web App with jQuery UI" by Steve Moss - at Async's 2nd Birthday Show n' Tell: http://asyncjs.com/birthday2/ - 26th April, 2012 Async is a JavaScript Meetup for Brighton & Hove, UK - http://asyncjs.com - http://twitter.com/asyncjs

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