Set the minimum or maximum length of text elements by using the helpful character unit CSS attribute.
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Taking a look at how to best use the very overlooked currentColor CSS value type in your projects.
Implement better typography styling by taking advantage of the extremely useful CSS text-indent property.
A quick demo on how to improve your site's overall accessibility by including a skip to content button.
Breaking down the process on redesigning a web form for prescription glasses from a purely visual UI perspective.
In this tutorial we explain step-by-step how to build out tiled cards that animate with user interaction using pure CSS.
Using only CSS, we can create beautiful toggle switches in place of the default browser radio or checkbox inputs.
Ever wanted to recreate the Super Mario blocks in CSS? Of course you have! In this tutorial we will breakdown how to do just that, step-by-step.
Current industry trends such as flat or material design have placed accessibility and visual hierarchy as secondary requirements. Hopefully we can start to fix that.
Let's face it - the default browser styling for radio inputs is terrible. In this article we breakdown how to create beautiful radio options with just CSS.
Further improving on the default browser box-shadow styling with a little help from well-placed pseudo elements.
Is it better to use width or flex-basis for layouts in CSS? Let's breakdown the most common use cases for each and how to implement them.
The days of overly complex grid systems are gone. Learn how to create adaptable grid systems with flexbox using barely any CSS.
Platforms like Medium have made most original self-hosted blogs a thing of the past. Personally, I think this is terrible for the blogging community as a whole.
Somewhat unknown in the CSS community is the ability to have multiple background images set on an element.
Using premium fonts in your projects is wonderful, but can sometimes fall outside your budget. Here are a few of my personal favorite open source typefaces.
Inspired by the book and handout designs of Edward Tufte, I created an open source Jekyll theme to based off of Dave Liepmann's Tufte CSS.
Original design in our industry has greatly declined since the introduction of "flat design". We as designers and developers need better standards going forward.
A personal review and critique of the "new" Dropbox product and brand redesign. I'm not sure what the hell they were thinking on this one.
Our design industry needs to stop being so fragile and weak when it comes to critical analysis of our work. Stop getting triggered over critics.
The text ellipsis CSS property can be extremely useful for keeping your content contained without the use of ugly fixed widths or heights.
A quick tutorial showing how to easily recreate the original MacOS aqua UI buttons in pure CSS.