It’s been an interesting trend the last few years to start seeing companies be very vocal about how much the value design. I suspect it’s a combination of…
The Physical Web Sure is Interesting
I was sitting around in the lobby of a hotel at An Event Apart show with Jeremey Keith one time. I had just heard of this idea of…
The All-Powerful Sketch
Looking back on the last decade of screen UI design tooling, it sort of feels like this is how it went: Adobe rules over this kingdom with Photoshop…
Options for Live Streaming Video
Live video is a big thing these days. You can go live on YouTube. Twitter bought Periscope a few years ago to get in on live video. Facebook…
Five Huge CSS Milestones
This past December, CSS turned 20 years old. That’s straight from the horses mouth, and Alec rounded up a few highlights here, as well.
I figured I could weigh in as well, focusing on around the last decade, which, coincidentally, is how old CSS-Tricks is. That just about matches up with my experience in the industry.
The Different Logical Ways to Group CSS Properties
I’ll admit, I traditionally haven’t had much of an opinion about the ordering of CSS properties. I just add what I need. I think they end up largely “grouped” by related things, because that’s just how my brain spits them out.
Randomizing SVG Shapes
Say we wanted to continuously randomize the radius of a circle. We could kinda fake a random look with just CSS, but let’s go for full-on pseudo random…
Exporting Images in Multiple Resolutions Simultaneously
It’s always nice to see design tooling evolve to accommodate modern needs. Let’s look at an example of that: image exporting. Designers and developers spend loads of time exporting images. The design work often happens in software designed for designing, and assets from that design are exported for use when building out that design elsewhere.