Progressive enhancement explained simply

This is an excerpt from Form Design Patterns.

Progressive enhancement is about users. It just happens to make our lives as designers and developers easier too. Instead of keeping up with a set of browsers and devices (which is impossible!) we can just focus on features.

First and foremost, progressive enhancement is about always giving users a reasonable experience, no matter their browser, device, or quality of connection. When things go wrong – and they will – users won’t suffer in that they can still get things done.

There are a lot of ways an experience can go wrong. Perhaps

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