Simplicity, elegance and flowy motion made us pick Sennesro as inspirational website this week.
The Undead Institute offers books on HTML, CSS, Responsive Design and more that marry humor, excellent teaching, and brain-lodging practice for an experience that’ll outlive the apocalypse.
In this excellent article, Michelle Barker shows how CSS subgrid can solve the problem of irregular, distributed link shapes.
You’ve never built a WordPress website like this before. Divi is more than just a WordPress theme, it’s a completely new website building platform that replaces the standard WordPress post editor with a vastly superior visual editor.
Ethan Marcotte shares his thoughts on why he believes that design systems haven’t brought rich, cross-functional collaboration to most organizations.
Ahmad Shadeed tackles the task of taking a group of logos, and exploring many ways to align and position them perfectly in CSS.
Jenn Leaver writes about the launch of docs.github.com, a single home for all of GitHub’s product documentation.
According to Google, WebP is 25 – 34% smaller than JPEG at equivalent quality. But how much of it is really true? Find out in this article by Johannes Siipola.
Lisi Linhart takes a look at the performance of the Paint API vs. traditional CSS painting.
A fun journey that recaps the old Web features and front-end patterns.
Caleb Porzio shares his fascinating story of a successful open source project and the earnings he’s made with its screencasts.
Read how ego graphs can help you learn about AI, play chess, eat healthier, buy a dog and find love.
A tutorial on how to create a hover effect for a menu where images appear with an animation on each item.
A new collection of UI animation shots that summarizes the latest creative trends.
This special collection of wonderful websites will get you up-to-date on current web design trends.