An interesting slideshow and some smooth effects combined with some nice typography. Our pick this week.
LayerSnap is a great open-source tool for a more user-friendly, markup-based approach to configuring SVG animations.
CSSRooster takes your HTML code as input, including CSS styles, and then writes class names for your HTML tags by analyzing the patterns hidden in your code.
Philip Walton shares his “boilerplate” analytics.js implementation and shows how to use some interesting features.
Eric Bailey writes about the new and very interesting Reduced Motion Media Query.
A great guide on how to prepare and export icons for the Web, iOS and Android using Sketch. By Anthony Collurafici.
Learn how control structures like loops introduce complexity and what to do about it. By James Sinclair.
If you love Chrome Exensions but not the store, then this might be interesting.
Decipher the CSS property syntax in the specs with this helpful cheat sheet. Especially useful for understanding the new CSS Grid module. By Chen Hui Jing.
Learn about FuseBox, a new generation bundler and module loader for complex project requirements.
An awesome open-source platform that let’s you search any geographic location and watch the terrain form into a physical model.
A delightful article on the two-sided nature of perfectionism and a designer’s insecurities.
Harry Roberts revisits his ‘Code Smells in CSS’ article and adds some helpful fresh insights.
A couple of schematic, inspirational proof-of-concepts for how to show the search interface on a website using CSS animations.