Stephen Hay walks you through a browser-based design from the ground up, demonstrating the thinking, tips, and tools you can use as you follow this process to a finished product.
Sarah Drasner covers a few ways of using SVG sprites to describe motion on the web.
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Donovan Hutchinson goes through each of the 12 Principles of Animation, and discusses how they might apply when making web pages. One more article on the 12 principles was released last week, The illusion of life, so make sure you check it out as well.
Geoff Graham shows a number of ways you can split a layout in half (using background gradient or absolute positioning or tables or floats or inline-block or flexbox or grid layout).
Mike Riethmuller explains that it’s possible to have precise control over responsive typography.
Susan Robertson reminds you how important it is to test your designs on older screens and ensure the things you build work well for everyone.
Osvaldas Valutis explains how you can provide a newsletter excerpt under the email subject without showing it in the newsletter itself.
Grunt SassyClean is a tool that scans a project for partials that are never imported, and provides an option to automatically delete the unused partials or display the file name as a console log.
In Pieces is an interactive exhibition of 30 of the world’s most interesting but unfortunately endangered species created with just good old CSS.