A new HTML/CSS/JS library, and a set of standardized files, that can be used as the basis for building outstanding web designs.
Free WordPress Generators
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Useful Accessibility & Usability Examples
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The State of Mobile User Experience
This is the latest edition of Mobile Report from the Nielsen Norman Group.
Best Data Visualization Projects of 2022
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Things CSS Could Still Use Heading Into 2023
A collection of ideas from Chris Coyier on what he feels is still missing from CSS.
2022 CSS Updates
A selection of exciting additions to CSS that became fully or nearly cross-browser last year.
The State Of Usability in 2023
Observations from real usability testing on what people do and what they don’t do on the web.
A handpicked collection of copy & paste linear gradients.
An IDE built by the community, for the community, and written in Swift for the best native performance and feel for macOS.
The Bad Freelance Habits You Should Avoid
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The Best of Material in 2022
System capabilities, component updates, design resources, and an entirely new workflow, are just some of the top moments from Material Design last year.
A Theory of Web Relativity
The rel attribute plays an important role in providing meaning to the links, taking the web to the next level semantically, and boosting your site’s performance.
Why We Hang Onto WordPress Nostalgia
With WordPress nostalgia there’s an emotional connection that goes beyond casual memories or markers on a timeline.