A lovely experience with some fine effect details and great content. Our pick this week.
Tobias Ahlin shows the brilliant way of using layered animations to effectively move elements along curved paths.
A great new community for developers who like to share code snippets and get/give feedback. With many useful snippets. Check out the About page for more details.
mmxv is a review of exceptional website designs spotted in 2015, collected and curated by Daniel Riemer.
Everything you need to know about using and working with variables in your Sass project. A guide by Karen Menezes.
A great look inside Teespring’s T-Shirt designer that is powered by some modern web technology. By Justin McCandless.
Agga Swist’blnk designed this artistic brush font and you can get it for just a share.
Eric Elliott will show you the essential steps that will help you learn ES6 efficiently.
Another useful part of a series by Andreas Larsen about how to optimize SVGs for the web.
Tibor Szász created this blurry background generator that’s based on a smart technique.
Superpowers is an open source HTML5 development environment for making 2D and 3D games.
Pavel Korzhenko designed these lovely vector elements inspired by Jack London’s work.
A great tutorial by Tania Rascia on how to build a WordPress theme from scratch. Check out part 1, too.
A brilliant new font family designed by Radomir Tinkov. Get two of the styles for free.
An excellent article that will enlighten you on how scaling a system to more than 11 million users works. Written by Todd Hoff.
Ire Aderinokun shows a couple of great tips on providing labels for form widgets.
A repository of over 1000 quality jQuery plugins. Created and curated by Aaron Lumsden.
An extremely useful, open source, browser-based tool for solving the irregular bin-packing problem for SVG shapes to optimize material use for cut outs.
A creative hand written, marker style font designed by Petar Acanski for GraphicBurger.