Ivana McConnell discusses how designers or developers looking to learn the other discipline can easily become intimidated and confused about where to begin, no matter how many initiatives and resources are out there.
Karen Menezes gives an excellent, in-depth guide on clip-path property.
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Articles & Tutorials
Sufian Rhazi shows a strategy that takes advantage of HTTP cache busting to transform image URLs in your CSS files, so that you can make your website even faster.
Ana Tudor shows several ways to handle SVG transforms and explains how transform functions actually work.
Stephen Caver looks at the some lesser-known pseudo classes and explains how they can be useful.
Looking purely from a performance perspective, fontIcons seem to perform the best.
Johan Ronsse gives a short overview of BEM’s advantages and disadvantages.
A useful library for creating transitions between blocks, pages or sections.
A tool that reports the symmetric difference of classes used in stylesheets and templates; and thus helps you remove unnecessary CSS.
The Web has radically transformed who can create, what we create, and how we create. It’s also changed the nature of what can be shared. in this talk Brad Frost examines how the byproducts of our creative work can have a tremendous impact, and discusses how being open by default has the power to change the world.