Jeffrey Zeldman - Innovations

Innovations

Zeldman and Happy Cog were early advocates of standards-based web design and many of their current and former employees have greatly contributed to various initiatives on the web, including:

  • The development of "real type on the web" via CSS and services including Typekit.
  • Popularizing such ideas as CSS layout, responsive design, and style switching. The latter was an early 2000 innovation which paved the way for later third-party innovations including CSS Zen Garden and Readability.

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