In the introduction to his book “Resilient Web Design”, Jeremy Keith, founder of Clearleft, a web design agency, immediately warned his reader: “No, this is not a manual for designing websites more Robust “… Besides, you will see, it is not a manual, it is rather a book that asks the question of the history of web design.
Jeremy Keith thinks that in the world of web design, we are mostly concerned about here and now and rarely in the future. When we think beyond our present moment, it makes sense to contemplate the future, better, to imagine devices, features and interfaces that do not yet exist. With all this, we do not take time to look at our past, yet the history of web design is filled with interesting ideas.
The resilience of web design (extract)
Jeremy Keith wrote this book to highlight the fact that some of the approaches to web design that have proven resilient, durable … resilient. The interest of his work is therefore not purely historical but seeks to better prepare the future of webdesign. To support his approach and his vision of resilient web design, the book is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0, so you can share it freely!