Smooth and minimal with lovely typography and some playful details. Our pick this week.
Shortcut helps streamline and evolve your workflows so you can plan, collaborate, ship, and measure success all from one place.
An in-depth exploration by Surma where he shares what he learned while wrapping his head around GPUs and WebGPU, the upcoming Web API that gives you low-level, general-purpose access GPUs.
Patrick Brosset introduces a new, experimental form control called selectmenu and shows how much easier it is to style than a traditional <select> element.
Over the past few releases, Web Inspector in Safari Technology Preview has introduced some features to help you when working on projects that use large numbers of CSS variables.
Check out the latest type trends to see what’s new and exciting in the world of design, branding, and type design.
Luca Mezzalira looks at where the micro-frontends journey has arrived so far and analyzes the different challenges where teams are struggling.
Css-checker checks your CSS styles for duplication and finds the diff among CSS classes with high similarity in seconds.
A modern social platform for the book community and an Amazon-free alternative to Goodreads.
Nick Scialli is sold on Solid and explains why it “feels like it uses a lot of the ergonomic parts of React while minimizing confusion and errors”.
Chris Ferdinandi reminds what Progressive Enhancement is and why it is important.
A super interesting article by Aaron Hertzmann on how perspective works in pictures and how photography isn’t all-seeing in the sense that the eyes see.
TextFrame lets you create animated tutorials for your users so they can get the help they need.
An Open Source Color System for Complex Digital Interfaces with Carefully picked colors to match with your interfaces challenges.
Michelle Barker explains how third-party CDN hosted fonts can simply change without you knowing and how that is one more argument in favor of self-hosting them for better control.
15 language-agnostic, actionable tips on REST API design by Ronald Blüthl.
The latest motion design concepts and web animation inspiration from the past couple of weeks.
Learn two ways of applying a creative grain effect to 3D elements in Three.js.
One of our latest sketches: An image motion trail effect with various layers that follow the mouse.