We are total suckers for these wonderful interactions and distortions! Our pick this week.
Some very important thoughts by Tony Perez: “The open web is changing dramatically, and not for anything that resembles openness, and the world seems to be ok with it.”
Learn how to develop websites with the most popular WordPress theme in the world and secure your success as a freelancer.
Claudia Romano shows how to create an immersive transition effect between sections on a webpage.
Antoine Boulanger explains why and how to use SVG favicons.
An episode of “A Question of Code” with Jeremy Keith where he talks about the concept of “resilient” websites.
Anshul Goyal explains how you can use Rust to build a native add-on for Node.js.
Kilian Valkhof on how most sites do not implement dark mode toggles correctly.
Marcus Brown shares his approach to art direction, making iconic striking visual experiences, and the importance of typography and color, at Awwwards Conference Amsterdam.
Ire Aderinokun shares some facts about React she wishes she knew before.
Bradley Taunt shows how to make an element look like a 3D object with some CSS trickery.
Stefan Judis shows how the CSS ‘content’ property allows a way to provide an alternative text.
Box Line Text is a minimalistic virtual whiteboarding tool without visible UI for a clean screencasting experience.
Harry Roberts ananlysis of how effective Brotli, which can be used over Gzip, really is.
Three gooey morphing hover effects using SVG filters for menu links based on a demo by Graham Pyne.