Responsive Design allows us to create flexible user interfaces that support the widest possible audience with a single front-end codebase. But in embracing the ever-increasing contexts in which our sites are used, performance and accessibility must remain our highest priorities; we must continually question each code addition, and improve our delivery and application techniques to ensure they’re best serving users’ needs.
This talk will explore the challenges of delivering fast and broadly-accessible websites and offer approaches that dramatically improve performance, usability, access, and sustainability.
I’ve been spending the past two years talking and writing about some of the newest CSS modules for layout. In the comments of any article, and in questions after any presentation, I see people writing off these new techniques due to lack of support in certain browsers.