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monday.com is a project management tool teams love! It’s super flexible and easy for everyone to collaborate! Plan visually and see who’s doing what at a glance.
A marvelous Google experiment where you can control an orchestra with your body movements. Built by Rupert Parry, Melissa Lu, Haylie Craig and Samantha Cordingley. Watch the video and find out more on this page.
Remove.bg is a free AI-powered service to remove the background of any photo with people.
Manuel Matuzovic shares his experience of surfing the web by using only the keyboard for several weeks.
Ire Aderinokun explains what the aria-live attribute is and shows how to use it.
An exploration of web design trends, techniques, and tools that will define website and digital product design in 2019.
Rachel Andrew shows how to learn directly from the CSS specs.
Lea Verou shares her brave solution of checking “x is not defined” ReferenceErrors.
A fantastic immersive experience for the song “Bandito” by Twenty One Pilots.
Mathias Bynens explains the new public class fields syntax in V8 v7.2 and Chrome 72, as well as the upcoming private class fields syntax.
A great icon pack of popular symbols from InVision. Free for a subscription.
A joyful dance animator made by Murasaki Uma for the Christmas Experiments.
A beautiful script font made by MLKWSN for PixelBuddha. Free for a subscription.
Mike Quinn recreated the perspective scrolling effect seen on PART Architects.
Jake Archibald summarizes how much damage can a malicious package have on a static site, and what can be done about it.
A “falling sand” game made by Max Bittker. Check out the source code on GitHub.
Learn about the new community group of the W3C that works on an API proposal for Machine Learning on the web. By Chris Heilmann.
Optician Sans is a free font that is based on the same visual principles as the LogMAR chart, adjusted to be used as a fully functional display typeface. It was created by ANTI Hamar and typographer Fábio Duarte Martins.
In case you didn’t know about it: Tutpad is an online learning community for designers with high quality design tutorials.
Five ambient webpage backgrounds created using the HTML5 Canvas API and jwagner’s Simplex Noise library.