A fantastic exploration of shape, layout, motion and typography. Our pick this week.
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Varun Vachhar’s collection of experiments made with Matt DesLauriers’ canvas-sketch library.
Max Kohler shows how to use CSS scroll snapping in a set of useful examples.
A great library that makes use of CSS variables for animating text, grids, and more.
Based on Colophon’s “Space Mono” typeface, Florian Karsten created this beautiful Grotesk font with 5 weights.
Dan Wilson’s third article in an amazing series on recreating optical illusions for the web.
Read all about the First Public Working Draft of CSS Values and Units Level 4 with all its new additions.
As part of an article series on open source projects for a decentralized web, Feross Aboukhadijeh explains WebTorrent, the first torrent client that works in the browser.
A tutorial by David East where you’ll learn to code a camera component.
Organized, useful resources for Deep Learning researchers and developers.
Michelle Barker explores some possibilities for experimental layouts using CSS Shapes.
An article by Ana Tudor where she dissects an interesting technique for building an interactive pie chart.
Rachel Andrews takes a look at the alignment properties, and how they work with Flexbox.
Milica Mihajlija’s short crash course on WebAssembly and why you’d want to use it.
A sobering collection of the most popular fonts used by the greatest startups from ProductHunt.