This fascination was great for my eventual career as a designer, but unfortunately, it was also like teaching someone kerning—once you learn how to quantify a bad user experience, you can’t … Read article “Reader Mode: The Button to Beat”
I came across this amazing Dribbble shot by Jakub Reis a while back. It caught my eye and I knew that I just had to try recreating it in code. At that moment, I didn’t know how. I tried out a bunch of different things, and about a year later, I finally managed to make this demo.
Sounds like Edge is going to spin down EdgeHTML, the engine that powers edge, and go with Chromium. It’s not entirely clear as I write whether the browser will still be called Edge or not. Opera did this same thing in 2013. We’ll surely be seeing much more information about this directly from Microsoft, and hot takes galore.
One element of the development process was to create an interactive card stack. The card stack had a set of requirements, including:
Following up from Geoff’s intro article on The Second “S” in CSS, let’s now move the spotlight to the “C” in CSS — what we call the Cascade. It’s where things start to get messy, and even confusing at times.… Read article “The “C” in CSS: The Cascade”
Typically there is one parent folder, and everything else is within that folder. Right? Well, it doesn’t have to be! That’s where symbolic links come in.… Read article “Symbolic Links for Easier Multi-Folder Local Development”
Charts! My least favorite subject besides Social Studies. But you just won’t get very far in this industry before someone wants you to make a chart. I don’t know what it is with people and charts, but apparently we can’t have a civilization without a bar chart showing Maggie’s sales for last month so by ALL MEANS — let’s make a chart.… Read article “Hand roll charts with D3 like you actually know what you’re doing”
I seem to … Read article “Did we get anywhere on that :nth-letter() thing?”
Scott O’Hara has taken a look as well including a couple of interesting other CSS explorations, neither of which stacked … Read article “Unbuttoning Buttons”