An inclusive web: using preference media queries to make your sites for everyone

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After a decade of responsive design, "responsive" no longer just means "adapts to your screen size". Nowadays, websites can adapt to different user preferences, device capabilities and even situational changes. The speaker explains what that means for your development workflow and how you can use these capabilities to provide a better experience for your users and truly respond to their preferences.

Kilian Valkhof

Kilian Valkhof

Founder at Polypane browser for developers

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