Shipping system fonts to GitHub.com · @mdo

[ad_1] I’m finally publishing this blog post I drafted over a year ago. It was incomplete when I started to revisit it months ago, but I figured it’s better to share it now than sit on it forever. I’ve called out the additions and edits I made since that original draft. Some details are fuzzy, but the core remains int...

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Your Sketch library is not a design system redux

[ad_1] I wrote a post where I talk about how a set of components living inside static design tools like Sketch isn’t itself a design system. Pardon my clickbait. Perhaps a better title would have been “Your Sketch library is not a(n e...

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Part II · An A List Apart Article

[ad_1] Welcome to the second installment of the “Discovery on a Budget” series, in which we explore how to conduct effective discovery research when there is no existing data to comb through, no stakeholders to interview, and no slush fund to draw upon. In ...

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Observable

[ad_1] Observable launched a couple of weeks ago. As far as I understand, it’s sort of like a mix between CodePen and Medium where you create "notebooks" for exploring data, making nifty visualizations. Check out this collection of visualization...

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A modest JavaScript framework for the HTML you already have.

[ad_1] Sprinkle your HTML with controller, target, and action attributes:<!--HTML from anywhere-->...

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Offline *Only* Viewing | CSS-Tricks

[ad_1] By Chris Coyier On ...

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What I’ve Learned So Far · An A List Apart Article

[ad_1] Last year I gave a talk about CSS and accessibility at the stahlstadt.js meetup in Linz, Austria. Afterward, an attendee asked why I was interested in accessibility: Did I or someone in my life have a disabilit...

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Counting With CSS Counters and CSS Grid

[ad_1] You’ve heard of CSS Grid, I’m sure of that. It would be hard to miss it considering that the whole front-end developer universe has been raving about it for the past year. Whether you’re new to Grid or have already spent some time with ...

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Website Sameness™ | CSS-Tricks

[ad_1] Here's captain obvious (yours truly) with an extra special observation for you: BAR WITH SPECIAL MESSAGE LOGO PLATFORM↓ SOLUTIONS↓ PRICING BOLD STATEMENT CALL TO ACTION GRID OF LITTLE ILLUSTRATIONS...

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The Definitive Guide, 4th Edition · An A List Apart Article

[ad_1] In addition to filtering, CSS offers the ability to determine how elements are composited together. Take, for example, two elements that partially overlap due to positioning. We’re used to the one in front obscuring the one behind. This is sometimes called simple alpha c...

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