"you can create CSS rules that will only be applied when JS is available and vice versa. The trick is to make sure the class names are switched as early as possible during page load."
Getting HTML5 to Recommendation in 2014 - W3C Blog
"As part of advancing HTML 5.0 to W3C Recommendation by 2014, the HTML Working Group Chairs proposed a plan today to work in parallel on stabilizing HTML 5.0 and developing the next generation of HTML features. The plan identifies, for the first time, how the Working Group will produce an HTML 5.1 Recommendation by 2016."
Mobile UX 4 Accessibility – UXPA meetup slides | » Henny Swan's blog
"In the presentation I looked at where the love was between UX and accessibility, discussed how accessibility originates with design not development, and how it fixes the usability problems you never knew you had."
Mainstream Access to E-Books--What Works, What Doesn’t, and What Is Still Unclear
"In this article we will look at several of the major e-book-reading platforms, their accessibility features, major drawbacks, and other pertinent information, so that users can make informed choices about what platforms and file types are likely to be of most use to them."
Going Responsive: How UC San Diego Did It | Link: The Journal of Higher Education Web Professionals
"Although Responsive Web Design is still new, it’s gained traction quickly. I’d be surprised if responsive design wasn’t the de-facto standard for web development within the next year."
Travel 2.0 Consulting Group » Why Your Responsive Design Depends on Content
"You need to shift your overall digital focus from design to content. From pixels to people. From wireframes to why."