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A fantastic write up on how those organic looking squishy gooey blobs work with SVG path-only manipulations. By Varun Vachhar.
A great introduction to the different types of realms we can potentially work with. By Graeme Fulton.
Paypal has open sourced a set of tools to make the integration on third-party sites easier and more reliable.
Schnack.js is an ad-free, open source Disqus clone that comes with a very minimal, hackable code base.
Some clear tips on how to become better at critiquing and improving ones own site as a non-designer.
Rachel Andrew takes an in-depth look at the various ways to name lines and areas in CSS Grid Layout.
Automatically create React Native components out of Sketch designs.
Mathy Vanhoef has discovered an extremely crucial security weakness in all modern WPA2 protected Wi-Fi networks.
Radu Raicea gives an overview of popular open source licenses and teaches how to apply them to your GitHub projects.
Savannah Reising introduces the brilliant solution for Luna Display that adds another “button” to the iPad using the camera.
Based on Mikael Ainalem’s interesting idea, this library loads images and exports traced outlines as image/svg+xml URL-encoded data. By Emil Tholin.
An Excel-like sequence creator made with canvas and the Web Audio API. By Jon Kantner.
An article by Bartek Witczak on how to properly structure React component.
A slideshow with morphing geometrical birds by Mikael Ainalem.
An excerpt from Chapter 2 of Richard Rutter’s new book, “Web Typography”.
An OSX/macOS application that takes ttf and otf files and outputs a webfont bundle with woff2, woff, tff, svg, and eot.
A Sketch plugin for replacing symbols in an existing document with library symbols