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A bold design with many innovative details. Our pick this week.
Expert talks, hands-on guides, and inspirational soundbites from designers working on teams at Slack, Dropbox and Facebook, all curated by the team at Framer.
Quicklink attempts to make navigations to subsequent pages load faster by prefetches URLs to the links when the browser is idle.
David Khourshid introduces the concept of state machines and how they can help in the design of user interfaces.
A very insightful article by Andrew Grimes on how to approach the task of designing for interaction modes.
Adam Kuhn created this slideshow of his top 10 music albums of 2018.
Rachel Olivero explains that while the use of the Tab key for navigation is appropriate in the right circumstances, utilizing quick navigation keys and element lists can offer greater flexibility for screen reader users.
John Polacek has built something with fashioned CSS and JS and then again with new fangled CSS-in-JS. His message is: either approach is fine, do what is right for you.
Chris Coyier shows how keeping Math in the CSS can make things cleaner and easier to manage.
A splendid rhythm game by Misaki Nakano for the Christmas Experiment collection.
Jeremy Keith reminds us how powerful CSS selectors are.
Brian Romer shares his Codevember experience.
Beautiful little shooting start made with CSS only. By Yusuke Nakaya.
A speedy motion transition effect for an image slideshow inspired by Gal Shir’s “Ping Pong Slow Motion” animation.