Inspirational Website of the Week: Hologram Studio
The website of Hologram Studio has a futuristic touch with some interesting transitions and effects. Our pick this week.
Code Guide is a collection of standards for developing flexible, durable, and sustainable HTML and CSS. Curated by GitHub designer Mark Otto.
Off The Beaten Canvas: Exploring The Potential Of The Off-Canvas Pattern
Kyle Peatt is exploring off-canvas layouts and some interesting use cases in this Smashing Magazine article.
Sometimes you just need to shake things up a little bit. With CSSShake by Lionel you can easily add some jiggle to elements.
A great overview of the current strategies that are used to make sites responsive, or better, make them viewable on smaller devices. An article by Brad Frost.
I want to use
Powered by data from caniuse.com, this site tells you how many users will be able to use a specific feature you intend to use in your project.
A text editor by GitHub. It’s modern, approachable, and hackable to the core, and you can request a beta invite.
background-color CSS Performance Investigation
Learn how to use the timeline in Chrome Dev Tools by watching Paul Irish analyse the performance of background and background-color.
A very sincere and quite funny logo series that reveals the actual content of a company. A project by Victor Hertz.
With Peek you can get a 5-minute video of a real person using your site.
Gmail Redesign Concept
Ruslan Aliev put a lot of creativity and thought into this fantastic Gmail redesign.
Float Labels with CSS
A very nice tutorial by Chris Coyier on how to create some floating labels for form inputs.
Albumarium – Find & give inspiration
Find and share free images from different categories. A project by Vilem Ries.
Using blend modes in HTML Canvas
Learn about canvas blend modes and check out some interesting usage examples in designing games or photo editing.
The Troublesome Misconception of Parallax in Web Design
Rob Palmer talks about the misconception of the parallax effect and tries to rectify the erroneous views.
How Nesting 3D Transformed Elements Works
Ana Tudor will guide you step by step through the process of nesting animated 3D transform elements.
Only 90s Web Developers Remember This
Remember using the 1×1.gif for positioning elements? Or abusing on the non-breaking space? Then you might be one of those veteran web developers who will get nostalgic when reading this satiric and delightful article by Zach Holman.
Ocean: Realistic water shader for Three.js
A Three.js shader by Jérémy Bouny to provide a realistic plane water effect. It can be used to render water, like a complete ocean or small surfaces of water in real time.
Circle, square, triangle, dolphin
Literally what it says in the title… be careful, you might want to watch this for at least an hour 🙂 A really nice pen by Max Gruson.
40 Free Stroke Icons
40 free sample line icons from the Sympletts icon pack by Bogdan Rosu.
Free Font: Pesaro Light
Pesaro is an elegant new type family by Hoftype and you can get the light style for free.