Keep It Accessible and Responsive

Published on by David A. Kennedy

Thanks to a few tweets from Russell Heimlich, I ran across Luke Wroblewski’s notes on Jeremy Keith’s An Event Apart Chicago 2012 talk. These lines have stayed with me:

Responsive design isn’t about mobile or desktop design. It’s about the web. The first Web pages ever were responsive from the start: they adapted to various screen sizes. They are also accessible by default. We do things to semantic Web pages to make them un-responsive and un-accessible. Instead of talking about making Web pages accessible and responsive. We need to talk about keeping Web pages accessible and responsive.

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