Tag Archives : CSS July 2015

  • Atomic Guide

    Pattern guides are created in order to gain a perspective of the project’s parts and inner workings. This process helps developers arrive at an educated decision based on the project’s context. By working in this fashion authors can identify possible coding issues and collectively organize these shared principles across an interface. Read More →

  • Theming Form Elements with Sass

    Form inputs without a doubt encompass a sizable portion of the Web. Since form controls can and will be encountered by users daily, it only seems fitting to lend our attention to a few suspects by furnishing each one with Sass’ strength to help us theme our project’s input’s swiftly. Read More →

  • Polylion

    Sometimes the things you least expect, gain the most attention as the case was with the Polylion I posted on CodePen. I figured the simplicity of the animation effect was easy enough to grok since I wasn’t doing anything super crazy code wise, but I guess the end result was that cool. I’d like to share with all of you how and why this animation went down. Read More →

  • Animated Polygon Art

    Recently, I began writing my series for Tuts+ discussing in-depth how to use and understand TimelineMax by GreenSock. The results of my studies and research has thrusted me from a CSS animation lover to someone that appreciates the fine control achieved with the GreenSock Animation Platform (GSAP). Let’s examine the benefits of this control using a couple of amazing pieces of artwork presented as SVG. Read More →

  • GSS: Layout Reimagined

    Layout on the web is certainly an extremely time consuming process and the most outdated. Floats and such still don’t cut it. At it’s core, Grid Style Sheets (GSS) reimagines CSS layout and harnesses the Cassowary Constraint Solver – the same algorithm Apple uses to compute native layout. OK sounds good, but is it a pre-processor? Well… no not exactly. Read More →