A fresh design with great typography and a daring, addicting click interaction concept. Our pick this week.
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Read why Mark Hurst thinks that UX is now “user exploitation”.
Maintaining aspect ratio within images and elements is now easier to achieve with the new aspect-ratio CSS property.
Andy Bell looks into masonry layout, :is selector, clamp(), ch and ex units, updated text decoration, and a few other useful CSS properties.
Read how shady euphemisms are employed to trick users into handing over personal data, and manipulative descriptions continue to deceive people. By Graeme Fulton.
An amazing music web experiment by Arno Di Nunzio. Made with Three.js and Cannon.
With CSS Grid and some trickery it’s possible to implement something very close to container queries.
The third article in a five-part series on building GitHub’s new homepage.
Iconduck lists over 100,000 free open source icons, illustrations and graphics from around the web. They can be used for personal and commercial projects.
Tweakable shapes generated with css-doodle and clip-path. By Yuan Chuan.
If you didn’t know about it yet: ReacType is an open-source application that assists developers in prototyping React applications via a user-friendly drag-and-drop interface.
Learn why and how to use the tabindex attribute in this article by Eric Bailey.
A prototype of a design tool for continuous typography made by Max Kohler. Read more about it here.
Jake Archibald shows why functions shouldn’t be used as callbacks unless they are designed for it.
Write words using your eye movements. Built with Tensorflow.js
Create recursive images with the droste effect using this cool tool. Made by Javier Bórquez.
Jasper Moelker tested out Svelte Kit and summarized what he learned.
Learn about Pika, an easy to use, open-source, native colour picker for macOS.
A coding session where you’ll learn how to implement Volt for Drive’s traveling particles animation with Three.js.