Jen Kramer tries to answer a question we all ask ourselves: Why would a professional designer use a responsive design framework?
In about 30 lines of SCSS, Hugo Giraudel managed to write a component that’s clean, understandable, DRY, lightweight, portable, configurable and easy to scale.
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Articles & Tutorials
Kezz Bracey discusses why Stylus is awesome, why it can be more compelling than Sass or LESS, and why it might just become your new tool of choice.
Jozef Butko looks into direction-aware effects and explains how to simply create one that not only works but also performs well.
In this screencast Val Head covers everything you need to know to use CSS Animation events.
Flo Preynat shows how to use KSS (Knyle Style Sheets) to automate creation of styleguides.
If you’re still struggling to get your head around structuring a Sass project, refactoring an old site can be a great learning tool.
A very nice screencast by Will Stern that showcases the basics of Yeoman, Grunt and Bower.
Ana Tudor explains how nested 3D transforms work and what you need to do to get them to work in IE.
Robert Sedovšek describes all current techniques for combining CSS selectors. Some widely used, other seldom, but also new ones from CSS Level 4 Specification that are not yet supported in any modern browser.
Brian Rinaldi posts an introduction to CSS that, while focusing on usage within Dreamweaver, covers the basics of cascading, selectors, media queries and more.
Until next Week