The portfolio of Ernesto Aguirre has a super-cool design with a futuristic touch and nice effects.
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A pure CSS oil painting by Diana Smith inspired by the Italian Renaissance.
Ethan Marcotte remembers the first article on responsive web design and the history of the term and idea behind it.
Addy Osmani shares what he learned from Steven Hoober about designing for touch interfaces.
A collection of thinking tools and frameworks to help you solve problems, make decisions and understand systems.
Chen Hui Jing dives into containing blocks, rendering and scroll performance.
Mike Street writes about the magic 40 character string that is attached to every commit you do.
Chris Lilley unpacks the histories and mysteries of CSS in this great article.
Manuel Matuzovi? is sharing what he I didn’t know about the ‘content’ property.
A tool to sort the named CSS colors for showing related colors together.
Inspired by ephemera from the printing tradition, Barrett Reid-Maroney designed this font.
Learn how safe alignment can prevent data loss in CSS flexbox layouts.
In this article, Anthony Le Goas answers some questions related to Svelte.
Brian Kardell argues that we actually have a very healthy and open web ecosystem.
Stuart Langridge’s perspective on the narrative of Brian Kardell’s article on the web ecosystem.
Htmx allows you to access AJAX, WebSockets and Server Sent Events directly in HTML, using attributes, so you can build modern user interfaces with the simplicity and power of hypertext.
A quick look at how an infinitely scrollable menu works based on a looping scroll illusion of cloned items.