Nice introduction to Bower Package Manager by Will Stern at youtube
Using the @if, @for, @each and @while control directives, you can make your Sass take on the brunt of what would otherwise be repetitive style declarations and conditional logic.
How to build a responsive, modular email template that looks great in today’s most popular email clients.
Rachel McCollin shows how to make embedded content responsive using CSS, so that content such as video and calendars resize with the browser’s viewport.
We should be preparing all teachers to teach students to face the technological world. I would not consider them professional or fit for the job if they do not contain this knowledge. Technology is no longer our future. It’s the present.
|Why technological literacy is essential is a very nice article.|
I’ll make a couple of big assumptions here:
That being said, here’s a crazy high level onion view of a good UI designer, starting from the outer skin.
- You’re interested in both visual design and product thinking
- You aren’t currently a designer of some other kind (communication designer, industrial designer…)
- You want to work in tech
CSS animations are incredibly popular right now, and I don’t just mean animating a simple color or dimension property, I mean 3D transformations as well; CSS flips and rotating cubes being prime examples. We can find simple CSS snippets and examples for transforms, but it’s important that developers understand exactly what’s happening. Let me take you step by step through the process of nesting animated 3D transform elements!
No dependencies (jQuery not required) and MIT License
Something in my do read and try list. At first glance it looks interesting.
I really like JSBin and the corresponding youtube channel does explain many of the features clearly. This article explores it fully