A beautiful design with great typography and fantastic effects. Our pick this week.
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A very interesting toolkit for enabling data-driven user experiences on the web.
Philip Walton explains the “First Input Delay” interactivity metric that the Chrome team is currently experimenting with.
A very useful visual interface builder for CSS Grid that allows you to create and export your custom layouts (with legacy grid support).
Ash Thornton implemented a beautiful Dribbble shot designed by Nathan Riley and applied a great three.js powered transition effect inspired by Robin’s distortion idea.
With Themify you can manage your application’s themes in realtime, using a robust solution that’s easily configurable. Read more about it in this article.
The interesting results of this year’s Front-End Tooling Survey by Ashley Nolan.
Florens Verschelde shows how to create basic styles for links and buttons, and how to make a custom .btn CSS component.
Learn about the latest features shipping in Chrome DevTools.
Chris Coyier explores how the default button styles can be overridden.
Micah Godbolt shares some interesting thoughts on CSS in JS as an answer to Brad Frost’s “What’s wrong with css-in-js”.
World Draw starts with a simple 2D sketch, which is then transformed into a customizable 3D model and placed into a virtual world.
High-quality music tracks for your projects. Free for a link, by the folks of Icons8.
A nice introduction to new CSS layout options with some interesting examples. By Zell Liew.
Roman Komarov’s interesting CSS grid demo where the items’ sizes depend on a particular one.
A beautiful summer themed illustration set by Helter Skelter.
A very interesting digital visualizations project that shows evolving animated graphic patterns.
A beautiful and interactive guide that will teach you how to tune a guitar. By Matthew Conlen and Alex Kale from the Interactive Data Lab at the University of Washington.