Susan Robertson shows how to build and maintain a style guide that helps everyone from product owners and producers to designers and developers keep an ever-changing site on brand and on target.
Louis Lazaris explains how em units work, and demonstrates a useful technique for building responsive web components.
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Articles & Tutorials
Manoela Ilic shows how to create an animated circular progress button with success and error states as an indication of the final status.
Chris Coyier demonstrates a very interesting technique for handling web component sizes effectively.
Elliot Jay Stocks looks at the current state of hypenation and justification in CSS.
Are you using Compass? If so, have you considered moving away from it?
Libsass is a compiler for Sass that does not rely on Ruby to generate the CSS. It’s blazingly fast and makes style iterations far more palatable. Ben Frain outlines its pros and cons.
Booking.com – planet Earth’s #1 accommodation website – is looking for the world’s smartest designers! As a designer in our Front End team you’ll be a key part of the idea generation process, working in a small startup-like group which takes full ownership of their part of our platform.
SUIT CSS is a tool that aims to provide a reliable and testable styling solution for component-oriented approaches to web application development.
This is an experimental solution for responsive tables with complex data. It’s a fork based on Filament Group’s repo with a more complete solutions and some new features.
I bet that you didn’t know that frogs, particularly the pixelated ones, can be this appealing.
Until next Week