I’m turning off my stylesheets for the rest of 2014. And probably some of 2015. It’s an experiment. Plus it will force me to do a full redesign when the time comes. We used to do this kind of stuff all the time before the internet got all serious and everyone started pretending to know […]
Nice post from Dudley Storey on the new CSS proposal for initial-letter. CSS typography has come a long way in the previous 5 years but we’re still in the woods with a lot of the things that print media take for granted.
A reasonable, if unscientific, look at the performance of various common CSS methods, comparing things like Attribute .vs. Class-based selectors, box-sizing resets, floats .vs. flexbox .vs. inline-block, and a lot more. Love that someone took the time to do this so I don’t have to.
Slick technique that is worth looking into for many applications. As someone who deals with a lot of form inputs both as a user and a designer, there are some useful ideas here.
So, we just launched an update to the Structure Sensor homepage, and it features some neat HTML5 / CSS3 tech. I’m pretty happy with it. It required me to learn a few things, which I’ll hopefully have time to write about here soon. It also marks the first time I’ve ever encoded video in WebM! […]
Yet another HTML/CSS/JS framework, but built so that the classes are understandable in english. It’ll create some HTML bloat, but it has a certain Applescript-y charm to it. The site is pretty snazzy, too. Very readable, very smooth.
A visual editor for creating 3D shapes with CSS. Damned impressive.
csscss will parse any CSS files you give it and let you know which rulesets have duplicated declarations. Been looking for something like this for YEARS now. Hope it’s good.
A CSS-only tooltip library, written in SASS.
My name is Phil Nelson and I make beautiful objects for a troubled world. I'm a designer / developer / writer / director / editor / narrator at Occipital.
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