David Berner shows how to deal with common BEM problems.
Harry Roberts explains how to assess and improve the quality of your CSS using Parker, a static analysis tool that can give you some very insightful metrics about your CSS.
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Articles & Tutorials
Shaun Bent shares BBC’s approach to CSS.
Nick Dunn gives a nice introduction into Spectre, a visual regression testing tool.
Kawandeep Virdee explains the benefits of Sprite Animations compared to gifs.
Accessibility is not just about morals and making the web usable to a small group of citizens. It’s about making the web usable to the masses.
Zsolt Pentz explains how to create a non-destructive-map-merge function in Sass.
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Deprecate is a Sass mixin that will warn you about the pieces of your UI that are deprecated.
Aaron Chuo made a delicious Japanese noodle soup with pure CSS.