The Expressive Web (Beta)

By | 2016-11-04T08:52:46+00:00 August 31st, 2011|Categories: Web Development, Creative Design|Tags: , , |

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The Expressive Web (Beta) was recently released by Adobe to showcase some of the newest and most expressive features that HTML5 and CSS3 can add to the web today. Personally I found this to be an amazing example of what’s in the future for web designers and developers.

The Expressive Web

The site highlights the following HTML5 and CSS3 features:

 

Each feature page contains:

  • A demo of the feature.
  • Data on browser support.
  • Links to examples in the wild that use the feature.
  • Links to more in-depth resources and tutorials.
  • Detection and fallback strategies for the feature.

 

To read the full article about the development and design of the site visit Adobe Introducing The Expressive Web

About the Author:

Keana Lynch
Keana has led and consulted for over 35 Higher Education projects (so far) and is Beacon’s expert in CMS and Accessibility. She specializes in the analysis, design, and implementation of websites, focusing on user experience, accessibility, multi-device interactions, and technical best practices. Joining Beacon in 2010, she's worked on nearly every major Higher Ed project, including Lees McRae College, Husson University, Del Mar College, Guilford Technical Community College and Jacksonville State University. Keana earned an Associate’s Degree in Web Technologies from Guilford Technical Community College. She's a regular speaker at Higher Ed conferences, presenting on accessibility and CMS/Cascade development topics, such as academic program page design and ADA compliance testing.