David Storey will show you how to creatively use CSS transform functions (skew, to be precise) to create a marvelous split-screen effect.
Our brains can play a lot of tricks on us. For example, when we see a number of objects in motion, we tend to project that motion onto other nearby objects as well. Val Head will show you how to use this to your advantage when working with CSS transitions (and animations).
A very good introductions into CSS3 Flexbox layout model; you’ll certainly find a few things you didn’t know about flexbox in this article.
If you’re using SASS (if you aren’t, why aren’t you?), there is a very intuitive way to work with media queries. Only downside is that you’ll need SASS 3.2, which is still in alpha.
Lyza Gardner writes about advantages of using em units for media queries breakpoints. This is a very interesting read.
This is a very short (but very sweet) introduction into CSS3 columns.
Until next week