Miriam Suzanne explores what does it mean to “design” in a medium that appears on everything from tablets, laptops, and TVs to braille readers, watches, and headphones.
Bailey Jones outlines different ways to create clickable regions on images and shapes, relying on HTML and CSS alone.
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Articles & Tutorials
Matija Marohnić writes about the short and long term value of committing code and explains why we should put more effort into our commits.
Tyler Sticka explains why, after years of defaulting to PostCSS, their team recently considered reintroducing Sass to their stack.
Rachel Andrew shows how, by naming lines when setting up our CSS Grid layouts, we can tap into some interesting and useful features of Grid.
Elliot Dahl explains how spatial systems, grids, and layouts provide rules that give your designs a consistent rhythm, constrain decision making, and help teams stay aligned.
Chris Cid shares some practical tips for testing accessibility and inclusive design.
Every great website begins with a great domain. A .design domain name lets people know what you do before they arrive to your site.
Moveable is a library that makes the target element draggable, resizable, scalable, warpable, rotatable, pinchable and snappable.
A simple tool to redact parts of an image online – fast and easy.
Béthy Diakabana created a beautiful Pokemon scene using pure CSS.