Tag Archives: progressive enhancement

Rebuilding from the ground up

Last Wednesday (25th April) I gave a talk at the UX Oxford Speaker Series about the work I’ve been doing at the WDCS over the past year, and why to my friends it seemed like I had vanished off the face of the earth. It’s a wide-ranging talk, looking at the problems with the current site, our initial research and […]

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Making content harder to access

Jeremy Keith on the proliferation of hash-bang URLs and the recent Gawker redesign: I’m always surprised when I come across as site that deliberately chooses to make its content harder to access. He links to this great post by Mike Davies on just how badly this new anti-pattern — which was only ever supposed to be […]

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