Jeremy Girard talks about how websites are designed to be used by people of varying backgrounds, educations and technical levels One the challenges we face when designing for the Web is finding a way to create sites and applications that can be accessed by a widely disparate audience while avoiding the pitfall of sacrificing the quality of our work to cater to the dreaded ‘lowest common denominator.’ read more
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