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There are lots of unicode symbols that make pretty good icons already, like arrows (?), marks (?), and objects (??).You can already colorize these like a normal font glyph. Then, there are emojis, those full-color suckers we all know about. What if you could take just the shape of an emoji and use it like a normal glyph? You can!
There is this sentiment that you don’t design the homepage of a site first. For most sites, it’s an anomaly. It’s unlike any other page and not something to base the patterns you use for the rest of the site or help inform other pages.
Y’all probably wouldn’t be surprised if I told you it’s pretty awesome for icons, and icon systems. SVG icon systems can, and perhaps should be quite easy. I’m a fan of just inlining those suckers, particularly when they are pretty simple.
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Let’s create a custom block with a bit of help from a wonderful tool called create-guten-block. Onward!… Read article “Learning Gutenberg: A Primer with create-guten-block”
The team at Figma has created a new resource for “learning, creating and evangelizing design systems” called Design Systems that already has a good collection of interviews and articles by some folks thinking about these things.
The offset-anchor property defines a point within the box it is applied as the anchor that moves along the offset-path.
Radial gradients are pretty dang cool. It’s amazing we can paint the background of an element with them so easily. Easily is a relative term though. It’s certainly easier than needing to create a graphic in third-party software to use as the background, and the syntax is highly learnable. But it’s also not that easy to remember if you don’t use it often, and it’s more complicated than linear-gradient().