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Designing With Progressive Enhancement: Building the Web That Works for Everyone (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 19 feb 2010

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Progressive enhancement is an approach to web development that aims to deliver the best possible experience to the widest possible audience, and simplifies coding and testing as well. Whether users are viewing your sites on an iPhone, the latest and greatest high-end system, or even hearing them on a screen-reader, their experience should be easy to understand and use, and as fully-featured and functional as possible.
Designing with Progressive Enhancement will show you how. It’s both a practical guide to understanding the principles and benefits of progressive enhancement, and a detailed exploration of examples that will teach you—whether you’re a designer or a developer—how, where, and when to implement the specific coding and scripting approaches that embody progressive enhancement.
In this book, you’ll learn:

  •  Why common coding approaches leave users behind, and how progressive enhancement is a more inclusive and accessible alternative
  •  How to analyze complex interface designs, see the underlying semantic HTML experience that will work everywhere, and layer on advanced enhancements safely
  •  A unique browser capabilities testing suite that helps deliver enhancements only to devices that can handle them
  • Real-world best practices for coding HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to work with progressive enhancement, and cases where forward-looking HTML5 and CSS3 techniques can be applied effectively today
  • How to factor in accessibility features like WAI-ARIA and keyboard support to ensure universal access
  •  Detailed techniques to transform semantic HTML into interactive components like sliders, tabs, tree controls, and charts, along with downloadable jQuery-based widgets to apply directly in your projects


Todd Parker has over a dozen years of experience creating highly functional, accessible and intuitive interfaces that make the most of the technical and interface constraints of a broad range of devices, from wireless phones and Palm devices, to touch screen tablets, kiosks and Web sites. Prior to founding Filament Group, Todd worked at ZEFER Corporation and CSC Consulting as a principal experience designer. Todd's work has been recognized by Communication Arts magazine for design excellence.

Scott Jehl is formally trained in graphic design, but his skills comfortably span both design and development. Prior to joining Filament Group, Scott worked for such clients as New England Journal of Medicine, Footjoy Golf, and Aspen Snowmass Resorts. In his spare time, Scott runs WriteMaps.com, an ajax Web application for building visual Web site sitemaps. He is also a member of the jQuery Design Team.

Patty Toland
is a founding partner at Filament Group, Inc.  Patty brings to Filament more than twenty years consulting experience with corporate and institutional clients, with a focus on communicating complex messages across a range of media.  Her expertise lies in developing robust information and communication strategies, including branding, constituent analysis, information architecture and system design, and writing. Prior to founding Filament Group, Patty worked at ZEFER Corp., US Peace Corps, Kohn Cruikshank Inc. and Harvard Business School.

Maggie Costello Wachs
is Filament Group's coding and production master — she ensures the quality of everything that goes out the door.  Maggie's brings deep expertise in front-end coding, with a particular focus on standards-compliant markup, CSS and scripting that works optimally with progressive enhancement. Prior to joining FIlament Group, Maggie worked at Monitor Group and ZEFER Corp.

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4.0 su 5 stelle Read and implement with caution 5 giugno 2010
Di Sofia and Alex - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This book is easy to read and the fact that the website provides the examples and code is fabulous. The progressive enhancement approach should be used by everyone. However, make sure to test these implementations before integrating these solutions into your project. Most of the solutions rely on role="application" which is currently problematic for screen readers in particular. This role will hand over keyboard control to the application, leaving the screen reader user unable to use their standard web reading/interacting keyboard controls. This is a big problem for this user group unless you are also willing and able to implement an API. The solutions can also be problematic for low vision users who use their own color combination by changing settings in their browser and/or operating system. For example, visual cues indicating the presence of a drop-down component tend to go missing when the color settings are changed. I think there needs to be quite a bit more progress in regard to appropriate support by assistive technologies before some of these techniques should be used.
4.0 su 5 stelle Good book with good information 18 luglio 2010
Di John Mahoney - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I liked this book, it is well written and puts emphasis on accessibility issues which should be important to every designer. The first few chapters carries just good common sense stuff that if you have much experience you might not need but it's good basic data for review. For instance how to use the alt tag, avoiding inline JavaScript, using well constructed foundational markup.
The book is based on an approach to web design that is gaining acceptance and becoming important as more devices access the web.

You build your page starting from a solid markup foundation adding functionality at each stage of development always testing with accessibility in mind at each stage of the process. The authors cover some good stuff when confronted with what to do when you run into a problem of adding functionality at the cost of accessibility.

The authors write with a nice flowing prose and keep it interesting. They stress proper foundational markup, best practices for scripting and adding multimedia, and rely on newer standards whenever possible. The book offers some good code samples that you have to download from the site.

Recommended reading.
5.0 su 5 stelle Game changer 27 luglio 2012
Di J. French - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Often, tech books are obsolete by the time they turn 2. Not this one. Parker, Toland, et al do a great job of advocating for semantic HTML, testing for browser abilities, and layering on richer UI functionality for browsers that can make use of the enhancements.
Filament Group's test suite, enhance.js, seems to have fallen by the wayside, perhaps in deference to the Modernizr test suite. That's ok--aside from chapter 6 (which explains enhance.js), you can swap Modernizr in for enhance and apply all the same progressive enhancement techniques.
Among other benefits, progressive enhancement goes beyond the letter of 508 law to satisfying the spirit of the rules.
Final verdict: this is a smart book, written by smart people, and a game-changer on the client-side.
4.0 su 5 stelle Every web developer should read this 22 giugno 2010
Di Samuli Heljo - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Very nice book which really helped me to understand how to design web sites that work on virtually every device. It shows a consistent way to build lightweight html and how to enhance that to richer user experience if client device supports it. Beginning of the book describes progressive enhancement method, which I think every web developer should read. Rest of the book concentrates on building widgets using progressive enhancement method. In reality, I believe that building your own widgets is not something that very many projects do, instead they will be using open source libraries like jQuery UI. A Fast read, highly recommended.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Practical processes 24 maggio 2013
Di Stringy - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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A great primer for new web developers and a refresher for experienced developers moving to a mobile-first process. The first half is the theory, the second half is recipes you can use in your own work.