A minimal design with an interesting panning effect. Our pick this week.
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Kintone is a powerful web database, providing developers with a convenient environment to test out front-end coding ideas, without having to run a back-end.
A new series of articles by the Google Fonts team where you’ll learn about the qualities of type and typography that make reading easier.
This post aims to contextualise the Utopia fluid grid calculator which helps you to define a layout grid by clicking a few buttons. By James Gilyead.
The new version of the Next.js static site generator brings some great features.
Cast your vote for websites that inspire you and help them win.
Ash Thornton shares Unseen Studio’s first experiment, refracting WebGL rain drops!
Take a closer look at what media queries are, how they work, and how to use them correctly, including for creating responsive designs. By Alex Ivanovs.
Geoff Graham takes another look on container style queries and what’s currently being discussed.
Learn how to recreate the sliding image track effect from camillemormal.com in this video tutorial by Hyperplexed.
Donnie D’Amato presents a framework to design spacing tokens semantically.
The first article in HTMHell’s Advent calendar is about transforming a design into code.
The type foundry by basement.studio where they offer their amazing, ever-evolving typefaces. And what a great site!
Jim Nielsen wonders what if we could write CSS based on any value in the current page’s URL.
Good news from Notion: they made some updates to their pricing plans that now include an expanded free plan.
A fun Christmas marbling experiment with WebGL by Maeda Mameo. Check out all the other experiments, too!
The year’s Web Performance Calendar starts with an article by Brian Louis Ramirez on a systematic approach to improving performance using a “performance maturity matrix”.
Matthias Ott experimented with the new ChatGPT model by OpenAI and shares his impressive conversation.