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Codrops

Collective #434

Source: Codrops Inspirational Website of the Week: Epicurrence A beautifully illustrated design with super smooth interactions. Our pick this week. Get inspired This content is sponsored via Syndicate Ads Northwestern’s Online MS in Info...

July 19, 2018
Codrops

Collective #433

Source: Codrops Our Sponsor Affinity Designer for iPad Take the full power of professional vector graphic design wherever you go. Available now at an introductory price $13.99/£13.99/14,99€. Tell me more Term Sheets With Term Sheets y...

July 16, 2018
Codrops

Collective #432

Source: Codrops Inspirational Website of the Week: Die Antwort A beautifully playful web experience with fun animations and lovely details. Our pick this week. Get inspired This content is sponsored via Syndicate Ads Reinvest Your Time w...

July 12, 2018
Codrops

Collective #431

Source: Codrops Our Sponsor Bloom: eMail Opt-In And Lead Generation Plugin For WordPress Bloom gives you the power to display opt-in forms using integrations of the most popular email marketing systems available. Check it out The CSS Pai...

July 9, 2018
Codrops

Collective #430

Source: Codrops Inspirational Website of the Week: An Interesting Day No animations but a brilliant layout and a unique design with some nice details. Our pick this week. Get inspired Our Sponsor Bloom: eMail Opt-In And Lead Generation P...

July 5, 2018
Codrops

Collective #429

Source: Codrops Shotsnapp A fantastic tool for creating mockup presentations for your design. Made by Gaddafi Rusli. Check it out Our Sponsor Use pre-built websites to avoid making unforgivable design mistakes Even the best web designers...

July 2, 2018
Codrops

Collective #428

Source: Codrops Inspirational Website of the Week: 2018 Foosball World Cup A fantastic table football implementation for this year’s soccer world cup. Our pick this week. Get inspired Our Sponsor Need a course to broaden your skill set? ...

June 28, 2018
Codrops

Triple Panel Reveal Slideshow

Source: Codrops Today we’d like to show you a little slideshow design with a “triple panel” layout. The infinite slideshow shows a preview of the next and previous slide on both sides of the page. When navigating we use a reveal effect f...

June 26, 2018
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CodePen

Restaurant Menu | D5 | #30Days30Sites

Source: CodePen Day 5 Theme: Restaurant Menu Github: https://eleftheriabatsou.github.io/restaurant-menu-d5-30days30sites/ #30Days30sites, #angularjs This Pen uses: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Creator: Eleftheria Batsou See the Pen on...

July 28, 2017
CodePen

Emoji Search Bar

Source: CodePen Based off the context of the search query, the search button changes to different emoji. Right now only 2 strings are working: 1. Directions to the nearest bank 2. Directions to make pizza This Pen uses: HTML, SCSS,...

July 27, 2017
CodePen

#dailycssimages Pinata Day 46

Source: CodePen This Pen uses: Pug, SCSS, Babel, and Babel Creator: Jennifer Kirchner See the Pen on CodePen.io...

July 27, 2017
CodePen

Emoji Train ???? ???? ???? ???? ????

Source: CodePen Say, who doesn’t love finding creative new ways to use emojis? How about a moving emoji train in a mini CSS world! Not supported in IE. This Pen uses: Pug, SCSS, JavaScript, and Creator: Jon Kantner See the Pen on CodePen.io...

July 27, 2017
CodePen

☁️☁️☁️

Source: CodePen This Pen uses: Haml, SCSS, Babel, and Babel Creator: Hornebom See the Pen on CodePen.io...

July 27, 2017
CodePen

foxhole05 – rainbow hover

Source: CodePen CSS demos I made in 2006. "foxhole" because Firefox was the developer's browser of choice at the time This Pen uses: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and Creator: David DeSandro See the Pen on CodePen.io...

July 27, 2017
CodePen

OnlyCSS: Sunset Beach

Source: CodePen Good night… This Pen uses: Pug, SCSS, JavaScript, and Creator: Yusuke Nakaya See the Pen on CodePen.io...

July 27, 2017
CodePen

fluid-mobius-2.1.1

Source: CodePen wrapping my head around quaternions and multi-pass shader effects code for effect shaders taken from @mittense's https://codepen.io/mittense/project/details/ARwvjL built with three and @zadvorsky's...

July 27, 2017
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CSS-Tricks

Accessibility for Teams

Source: CSS-Tricks Maya Benari: Accessibility is a crucial part of government product design. First, it’s the law. Federal agencies face legal consequences when they don’t meet accessibility requirements. Second, it affects us all. W...

July 20, 2018
CSS-Tricks

How to make a modern dashboard with NVD3.js

Source: CSS-Tricks NVD3.js is a JavaScript visualization library that is free to use and open source. It’s derived from the well-known d3.js visualization library. When used the right way, this library can be extremely powerful for eve...

July 19, 2018
CSS-Tricks

​The State of Headless CMS Market

Source: CSS-Tricks (This is a sponsored post.) In March and April 2018, Kentico conducted the first global report about the state of headless CMS market. We surveyed 986 CMS practitioners in 85 countries about their opinions, adoption, a...

July 19, 2018
CSS-Tricks

What bit of advice would you share with someone new to your field?

Source: CSS-Tricks The most FA of all the FAQs. Here’s Laura Kalbag: Find what you love. Don’t worry about needing to learn every language, technique or tool. Start with what interests you, and carve your own niche. And then use your p...

July 18, 2018
CSS-Tricks

Automate Your Workflow with Node

Source: CSS-Tricks You know those tedious tasks you have to do at work: Updating configuration files, copying and pasting files, updating Jira tickets. Time adds up after a while. This was very much the case when I worked for an online g...

July 18, 2018
CSS-Tricks

CSS-in-JS: FTW || WTF?

Source: CSS-Tricks I enjoyed Bruce Lawson’s talk on this holiest of wars. It’s funny and lighthearted while being well researched and fairly portraying the good arguments on both sides. The post CSS-in-JS: FTW || WTF?...

July 17, 2018
CSS-Tricks

Render Children in React Using Fragment or Array Components

Source: CSS-Tricks What comes to your mind when React 16 comes up? Context? Error Boundary? Those are on point. React 16 came with those goodies and much more, but In this post, we’ll be looking at the rendering power it also introduced ...

July 17, 2018
CSS-Tricks

PSA: Yes, Serverless Still Involves Servers.

Source: CSS-Tricks You clever dog. You’ve rooted it out! It turns out when you build things with serverless technology you’re still using servers. Pardon the patronizing tone there, I’ve seen one-too-many hot takes at this point where so...

July 17, 2018
CSS-Tricks

Create your own Serverless API

Source: CSS-Tricks If you don’t already know of it, Todd Motto has this great list of public APIs. It’s awesome if you’re trying out a new framework or new layout pattern and want to hit the ground running without fussing with the ...

July 16, 2018
CSS-Tricks

Remote Conferences; Bridging the Gap, Clearing the Odds

Source: CSS-Tricks A few weeks back, I saw one of my esteemed mentors decry the psychological traumas he had experienced, following series and series of refusals at certain embassies. “A child concentrating hard at school” by Les And...

July 16, 2018
CSS-Tricks

The div that looks different in every browser

Source: CSS-Tricks It’s not that Martijn Cuppens used User Agent sniffing, CSS hacks, or anything like that to make this quirk div. This is just a plain ol’ <div> using the outline property a la: div { inset 100px green; outline-offset: ...

July 14, 2018
CSS-Tricks

Scrolling Gradient

Source: CSS-Tricks If you want a gradient that changes as you scroll down a very long page, you can create a gradient with a bunch of color stops, apply it to the body and it will do just that. But, what if you don’t want a perfectly ver...

July 14, 2018
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CreativeBloq

The best drawing tablet for kids 2018

Source: CreativeBloq Welcome to our list of the best drawing tablets for kids in 2018. If you know a child who loves to draw, then a kid-friendly pen display or graphics tablet is a great way to introduce them to the world of digital art...

June 4, 2018
CreativeBloq

9 amazing PWA secrets

Source: CreativeBloq Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are a new frontier in responsive web design, and they're growing in popularity. PWA support started with Chrome on Android, and is now available on most other Android browsers, such as Ope...

June 3, 2018
CreativeBloq

Create cool collage illustrations

Source: CreativeBloq I’ve been working as a freelance illustrator and collage maker for nearly five years. At university I flapped around, unsure of my visual language and how to adopt a style that suited me and what I wanted to say. ...

June 3, 2018
CreativeBloq

Start your web design career with this ebook bundle

Source: CreativeBloq If you're looking to start a career in web design, you'll need resources to brush up and strengthen your skills. The Web Design and Front-End eBook Bundle includes 14 ebooks that cover everything you need to know abo...

June 3, 2018
CreativeBloq

10 must-know SEO tools for search success

Source: CreativeBloq A site needs to be seen, and ranking highly in search engines such as Google is a key way to make sure people can find it. There are a host of factors that will help make this happen. There is on-page SEO, optimised ...

June 3, 2018
CreativeBloq

24 astounding examples of photorealism

Source: CreativeBloq Photorealism is an art technique in which the artwork appears incredibly realistic – almost like a photograph of the subject. The artist may use paint of any kind, their best pencils, or even inks. But the results...

June 3, 2018
CreativeBloq

The future of web design is code-free

Source: CreativeBloq If you'd have asked me ten years ago, 'Hey, are there any apps that will let me code websites visually?', I'd have given you that awful stare that only an annoyed web developer can give. 'No,' I would have said. Then...

June 2, 2018
CreativeBloq

Nuggets of advice for fresh design graduates

Source: CreativeBloq If you're just about to graduate: congratulations! Years of hard work have paid off and now you're a certified graphic designer. You might even get a piece of parchment with your name printed on it if you're lucky. T...

June 2, 2018
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Tutorialzine

15 Interesting JavaScript and CSS Libraries for July 2018

Source: Tutorialzine A collection of our favorite resources for this July, packed with awesome free resources including some powerful CSS frameworks and JS tools. Continue reading on Tutorialzine. See more at Tutorialzine...

July 4, 2018
Tutorialzine

10 Awesome Sass Libraries You Should Know About

Source: Tutorialzine We share with you a collection of interesting Sass libraries that you should check out. Continue reading on Tutorialzine. See more at Tutorialzine...

June 19, 2018
Tutorialzine

The Easiest Way To Add Validation To Your Forms

Source: Tutorialzine In this tutorial we show you how to use the HTML input attributes for form validation. Continue reading on Tutorialzine. See more at Tutorialzine...

June 14, 2018
Tutorialzine

10 Amazing Web Demos And Experiments for June 2018

Source: Tutorialzine In this article we share with you a collection of some of the most exciting web demos for this June. Continue reading on Tutorialzine. See more at Tutorialzine...

June 12, 2018
Tutorialzine

The Simplest Way to Add Google Maps to Your Site

Source: Tutorialzine In this quick tutorial we show you how to configure Google Maps with the help of the gMaps library. Continue reading on Tutorialzine. See more at Tutorialzine...

May 31, 2018
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Smashing Magazine

Building Pattern Libraries With Shadow DOM In Markdown

Source: Smashing Magazine     Some people hate writing documentation, and others just hate writing. I happen to love writing; otherwise, you wouldn’t be reading this. It helps that I love writing because, as a design consultant offering ...

August 7, 2017
Smashing Magazine

Things To Keep In Mind When Designing A Transportation Map

Source: Smashing Magazine     For many people, a map of a transportation network is a given, an expected part of the system, something that just is — like a fire-escape plan in a building. So, when I say that I design transportation maps...

August 7, 2017
Smashing Magazine

Challenge Yourself More Often By Creating Artwork Every Day

Source: Smashing Magazine     Whether you’re into good ol’ drawing and painting, or quick editing in Photoshop or Illustrator, one thing’s for sure: they’re all creativity’s best friends. Some draw pictures all day, while others find the...

August 6, 2017
Smashing Magazine

Designing The Perfect Date And Time Picker

Source: Smashing Magazine     What could be so difficult about designing a decent date picker? Basically, we just need an input field and an icon that represents a calendar clearly enough, and once the user clicks on that icon, we pop up...

August 6, 2017