Practical CSS and design tips that helps in building future-proof user interfaces.
Adactio: Journal—Declarative designadactio.com/journal/18982
Defining the inputs instead of trying to control the outputs.
Understanding Layout Algorithmsjoshwcomeau.com/css/understanding-layout-algorithms/
As front-end developers, we often learn CSS by focusing on individual properties. Instead, we should focus on how the language uses those properties to calculate layouts. In this blog post, we'll pop the hood on CSS and see how the language is structured, and how to learn it effectively.
Designing Beautiful Shadows in CSSjoshwcomeau.com/css/designing-shadows/
When I look around the web, most of the shadows I see are fuzzy grey boxes. It doesn't have to be this way, though! CSS gives us the tools to create rich, lush, lifelike shadows. In this tutorial, I'll show you how.
5 steps to faster web fonts /// Iain Beaniainbean.com/posts/2021/5-steps-to-faster-web-fonts/
Fine-tune your font files and optimise your loading strategy for maximum speed + minimum FOUT
Calculate CSS declarations for beautiful fluid typography headings.
Home | The Component Gallerycomponent.gallery/
The Component Gallery is a collection of components from the best Design Systems.
Continuous Typography / Max Kohlermaxkoehler.com/posts/continuous-typography/
Notes toward a continuous framework for screen typography
CSS Auditing Tools — Smashing Magazinesmashingmagazine.com/2021/03/css-auditing-tools/
In a new short series of posts, we highlight some of the useful tools and techniques for developers and designers to get their work done better and faster. Starting out with a few tools for getting to the bottom of CSS.
Underline Hover Styles for Links | Codropstympanus.net/Development/LineHoverStyles/
Some ideas for underline hover styles on links using various techniques.
Generative art with CSSgenerative-art-with-css.commons.host/
Translation of Generative art with CSS by Yuanchuan at the 5th CSSConf in China
What does 100% mean in CSS?wattenberger.com/blog/css-percents
<p>One of the CSS units I use most is the wonderful <b>%</b> — so handy for positioning elements on the page.</p><p>Unfortunately, the rules aren’t exactly straightforward. One question I’m always asking myself is: Percent of what?</p>