In 2003, Dave Shea coined the phrase 'MOSe' (Mozilla, Opera, Safari enhancement). Several months later 'progressive enhancement' became a phrase that web designers knew, but were unable or unwilling to use on large scale, high-profile or commercial projects.
In 2007, web technologies such as CSS and DOM scripting, plus our understanding of how best to use them have matured enough so that progressive enhancement and a transcendent approach can be a reality.
But what of the future? In this closing session, Andy Clarke shares his vision of how web designers and developers will combine technologies in the future to provide audiences with experiences that are beyond progressive enhancement.
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