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Filament Group members testing BostonGlobe.com on devices

Chatting with Adobe about Responsive Design and BostonGlobe.com

Adobe Video profile of Filament Group's work with BostonGlobe.com

Posted by FG on December 14, 2012

Introducing the new responsive-designed BostonGlobe.com

We joined up with Ethan Marcotte to build one of the world's first large-scale Responsive Designs.

Posted by Patty on September 12, 2011

Responsive Image illustration: contextual image sizes shown on iPhone and desktop

Responsive Images: Experimenting with Context-Aware Image Sizing

A recent experiment in using mobile-first images that scale responsively and responsibly

Posted by Scott on December 14, 2010

Designing with Progressive Enhancement

Announcing our book: Designing with Progressive Enhancement (Peachpit)

We're proud to announce that the four of us here at Filament Group have written a book on progressive enhancement.

Posted by Todd, Patty, Scott, Maggie on February 03, 2010

jQuery Cookbook Cover, O'Reilly Media

Filament Group’s chapter on Theming in O’Reilly Media’s “jQuery Cookbook”

Filament Group contributes a chapter on Theming to "jQuery Cookbook" from O'Reilly Media

Posted by Scott on December 08, 2009

Update: jQuery UI Slider from a Select Element now with ARIA Supportt

Update: jQuery UI Slider from a Select Element - now with ARIA Support

We've updated our popular jQuery UI select-to-slider plugin with ARIA support!

Posted by Scott on April 16, 2009

FG’s Scott Jehl in ALA #268

A List Apart: Test-Driven Progressive Enhancement

In issue 268 of A List Apart, our own Scott Jehl discusses our process of test-driven progressive enhancement.

Posted by FG on September 23, 2008

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