A fantastic sharp design that gets the message across using “textversation”. Our pick this week.
Rye Terrell shows how to tackle lines in WebGL using instanced line rendering.
Not only do you get the best deal ever on Divi memberships and upgrades, but you can also win a Mac Pro worth over $6,000!
Addy Osmani explains how to use Adaptive Loading optimally to allow users get an experience best suited to their constraints.
A YouTube embed that renders much faster than a normal embed. By Paul Irish.
Pika is a new kind of package registry and code editor for package authors. Open for early access.
Exciting news from Framer: Framer will offer a web-based collaborative version and you can request a beta invite now.
Alex Pierce’s portfolio is a unique example of “maximalism” that leverages color, bold typography, motion, and pixel art to deliver a surprising and delightful user experience.
Ire Aderinokun’s roundup article that highlights the most interesting ideas and projects from the Chrome Dev Summit 2019.
Learn some advanced CSS techniques from this tutorial by Ahmad Shadeed.
Cube.js templates are open-source, ready-to-use frontend analytics apps.
An exciting tweet by Mathias Bynens: you can use SVG for a favicon in Chrome now.
An interesting article by Brian Grinstead on how the Firefox UI was migrated to modern web standards.
Lynn Fisher’s awesome new portfolio has a super cool resize effect!
Can you play Tetris and Snake at the same time? Try it in this cool experiment by Grégoire Divaret-Chauveau.
In this post Rachel Andrew takes a look at the implementation of the column-span property.
Get some website inspiration with this set of beautiful and modern site designs freshly picked over the past few weeks.