Did you know that Chrome DevTools allow you to view and edit Sass source files rather than generated CSS files? If not, it’s about time you learn everything there is to know about it, because this will be a huge improvement to your Sass development workflow.
Ben Smithett explains how his team used Sass, SMACSS and BEM to make the legacy CSS for the Envato marketplaces (including ThemeForest) scalable and maintainable.
Manoela Ilic created an impressive set of experimental modal window appearance effects with CSS transitions and animations. Definitely worth checking out.
Sven Read shares a number of excellent typography tips & tricks that will make your typography shine (so to speak).
Twitter Bootstrap is an excellent framework that might (or might not) be appropriate for your next project. Sam Holt offers a few notes that could help you decide if you should use Bootstrap or maybe some other front-end framework.
Booking.com – planet Earth’s #1 accommodation website – is looking for the world’s smartest designers. Good in HTML & CSS? You’ll be given the freedom to make meaningful and measurable improvements impacting millions of people. You’ll join us at our beautiful Amsterdam HQ. We’ll help you relocate.
We’re looking for a web developer to join our growing team! As a developer at Adfero, you’ll work alongside our team of developers, designers and communicators, and use great technologies like Drupal, D3 and Node.js to build awesome projects for our clients.
A compilation of resources for anyone who wants to get started with responsive design. Each section takes a quick dip into an aspect of responsive design and then links to resources that are worth reading up about. The article does also feature some more advanced topics such as page on page optimization and responsive design with server-side components.
Alex Wolfe created a very nice set of CSS buttons with Sass & Compass. The library includes a bunch of different button styles (everything from flat to glowing) which you could find useful.
Monsters and creatures can sometimes be quite terrifying, but fortunately CSS Creatures by Bennett Feely are actually very cute (and the fact that they’re generated from 100% all-natural HTML5 and fresh-squeezed CSS3 makes them even cuter).
Until next week
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