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The Slow Death of Internet Explorer and the Future of Progressive Enhancement · An A List Apart Article
Chrome, Opera, and Firefox ship new features constantly. Edge and Safari eventually catch up. Internet Explorer, meanwhile, has been all but abandoned by Microsoft, which is attempting to push Windows users toward Edge. IE receives nothing but security updates. It’s a frustrating period for client-side developers. We read about new features but are often unable to use them—due to a single browser with a diminishing market share.
progressive-enhancement  ie  crossbrowser  fallbacks  layout  css  feature-detect  feature-queries 
may 2018 by abberdab
Rethinking web design
Browsers operate on an evergreen update model now, so features and bug fixes get shipped much faster than we’re used to with traditional software. So the range of browsers with varying features is extremely wide. This is part of parcel of web design, where we layer on different styles and looks based on feature support. This is part of the new normal I want to see.
web  design  responsive  feature-queries  crossbrowser 
august 2017 by abberdab
Connect: behind the front-end experience
We recently released a new and improved version of Connect, our suite of tools designed for platforms and marketplaces. Stripe’s design team works hard to create unique landing pages that tell a story for our major products. For this release, we designed Connect’s landing page to reflect its intricate, cutting-edge capabilities while keeping things light and simple on the surface.
grid  fallbacks  feature-detect  feature-queries  illustration  animation  css  design 
june 2017 by abberdab

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