Brooklyn United has a solid and clean design with some lovely details. Our pick this week.
Heydon Pickering explains how to use
aria-label as a tool to ensure a good user experience for assistive technology users.
Christian Heilmann shows how to code up a simple carousel without any unnecessary fanciness.
Incredibly insightful annotations for the jQuery library made with Genius annotations.
Learn how to use CSS blend modes, clip path and filters to create a multi-layer effect in this tutorial by Dudley Storey.
A fantastic free food icon set made by Studio Smacznego for the Food Rush app.
Auto-generate a Slab-type poster with this awesome tool made by Glen Maddern.
Ryan Barry created this perfect pair of serif and sans serif fonts.
Cliff Crosland created this cool script which uses a numerical ordinary differential equation solver from numeric.js, and some WebGL utilities from glfx.js, to render the gravitational lensing of a black hole.
Alina Senderzon from Zurb asks the question if a redesign is really necessary and tells the story behind the redesign of the ZURB Library.
A set of 50 free icons from the library of the Nucleo app, a great icon tool for managing and customizing vector icons.
Anastasia Kolisnichenko designed these adorable desktop workspace elements.
Dave Lunny shows how to animate between gradients with CSS only.
Fututramo (beta) is a professional icon tool that let’s you customize and download icons in SVG and PNG. With 2400 free icons.
Some high-resolution work-in-progress mockup-ups by Oksana Golubets for Pixel Buddha.
Elliot Bonneville will show you how to create a powerful web scraper with Node.js in this Smashing Magazine article.
Jaden Geller made Helium, the floating, translucent browser window for OS X, that let’s you watch media while you work.
The beginning of a series of articles by Jeremy Frank from Viget on responsive web design practices for logos.