It’s 2011. Why are you still designing static Web pages like it’s 1999? Photoshop is not the reality of the interactive Web, but many designers still act as if their job is done after the page is loaded in the browser. Web design is undergoing a fundamental change with the coming of CSS3, but as browsers evolve, the problem we face is that not all browsers are equal, yet we are expected to create as if they were.
The design philosophy of progressive enhancement is a growing belief that websites do not have to look or behave exactly the same in every browser—as long as they work. You can use the latest CSS3 techniques to create more dynamic Web sites, as long as you don’t break the experience for older browsers.
In Jason Cranford Teague’s session on “CSS3 is HERE! Are You?,” learn how you can sell clients on the advantages of leveraging new CSS3 techniques and progressive enhancements to save time and money while creating cutting edge web designs.