Progressive Enhancement in the Real World

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Draganova, Chrisina and Wells, John 2007. Progressive Enhancement in the Real World. Proceedings of the eighteenth conference on Hypertext and hypermedia. September 10-12 Manchester pp. 55-56
AuthorsDraganova, Chrisina and Wells, John
TypeConference paper
Abstract

Progressive Enhancement is a modern approach for developing
web documents that are accessible across any browser or device
that has access to the Internet. Based on the idea of separating a
document’s content, presentation, and behaviour, progressive
enhancement embraces accessibility, semantics, forwardcompatibility
and usability. This poster illustrates a real world
implementation of the progressive enhancement technique by
following the steps in building a restaurant food menu that
elegantly scrolls within a fixed page design.

KeywordsHuman Factors; Progressive enhancement; Web design; CSS
Year2007
ConferenceProceedings of the eighteenth conference on Hypertext and hypermedia
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CC BY-ND
Publication dates
PrintSep 2007
Publication process dates
Deposited08 Apr 2010
Web address (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/1286240.1286259
http://hdl.handle.net/10552/712
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Citation:
Wells, J. and Draganova, C. (2007) ‘Progressive Enhancement in the Real World’, In: Proceedings of the eighteenth conference on Hypertext and hypermedia, September 10-12, Manchester, UK, ACM, pp. 55-56.

Place of publicationManchester
Page range55-56
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