Nathan (of EightShapes) discusses how to unify anatomy and props across code and design tools.
Definite “personal website goals” here in Robb’s beautiful online portfolio and blog.
From interaction design to scaleable design systems, single-page apps to something more experimental with WebGL. I help awesome people to build ambitious yet accessible web projects - the wilder, the better.
I’m available for limited logo design projects. Just the logo. Limited back-and-forth. Reasonable price. With a particular focus on elevating small businesses that can’t or don’t want to hire a full-blown agency. Let’s keep this simple.
The lovely new portfolio website of my colleague, Josh, featuring some lovely articles and design touches.
From Steve Schoger:
A collection of repeatable SVG background patterns for you to use on your web projects.
I’m Jack McDade and I’m tired of boring websites.
Here’s a beautiful, magazine style website design for digital publication Bustle. The typography, use of whitespace, responsive layout, menu pattern, colour palette and imagery are all on point!
I love Cassie Evans’s new website design! It’s so full of personality while loaded with technical goodies too. Amazing work!
You have a “card” component which includes a heading, some text, an image, and a link to the full article, and it’s working great. Then along comes a UX requirement that the full card (not just the button or link) should be clickable. This is where things get complicated.
This is a nice whistle-stop tour of the the Guardian’s current digital design system. Apart from looking great, some of the terminology is interesting (fronts, kickers and thrashers) and I like the way they have different Card types for different types of article, “each having its own flavour and tone”.
Some simple but inspiring work here from Seattle-based web developer Katherine Kato. I really like the use of space, the typography, the colour palette and the use of CSS grid for layout.
Here’s a list of useful (Mac-based) Sketch tips for my reference and yours.
Bram Stein, a software architect at Adobe, wrote the book on Webfonts, so it’s no surprise that his own website showcases some pretty beautiful typography.
A handy tool for identifying colours – provided in numerous different CSS-ready formats – and creating a complimentary colour palette from an image you upload or provide as a URL.
I was introduced to this smile-inducing website by Val Head’s An Event Apart Talk “Building more expressive projects”.
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