A delightful and refreshing scroll experience with some experimental elements. Our pick this week.
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The results of Stackoverflow’s survey that was answered by nearly 90,000 developers on how they learn and level up, which tools they’re using, and what they want.
Test how well you know CSS selectors with this interactive quiz by Paulina Hetman.
Rachel Andrew takes a closer look at the CSS
display property, a workhorse of a property that doesn’t get a lot of attention.
An amazing city building game that uses microscopic models to vividly simulate the organism of a city arising from the interactions of millions of individuals.
An interesting article by Kilian Valkhof on the limitations of modern design tools.
Stéphanie Walter shares some useful resources, tips and tools she regularly uses to build and check the color accessibility of products.
A strong, neutral, principles-driven, open-source typeface for text or display.
Claudia Romano shows how to create a custom accessible radio switch.
A Chrome extension by Amie Chen that lets you turn websites into organized data without coding.
A very interesting article by Eric Lawler on the art of creating stable, long-term websites and content.
Follow this tweet by GitHub and check out Muhammad Mustadi’s amazing GIF hacked GitHub profile.
Harry Nicholls explains how you can use the upcoming CSS env() feature.
An unsettling review of Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP).
Don’t trust the locals: investigating the prevalence of persistent client-side cross-site scripting in the wild
Some valuable insights into the vulnerabilities of local storage.
Daniel Velasquez shows how to code a recreation of the sticky image effect seen on the websites of MakeReign and Ultranoir using three.js.
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