For this class, we'll be talking about progressive enhancement - a practice where websites are created in a layered way that makes them accessible and cross-browser friendly. We'll be looking at an example site and demonstrate how it adheres to these principles. We've touched on these concepts throughout the whole class, but in this lecture we'll focus on why they're important, and what could happen if you DON'T adhere to them.
As part of the class, we'll use a Chrome extension called ChromeVox, which is a free screen reader for the web. We'll also be using virtual machines to run older versions of Internet Explorer on my Mac.