One of the best collections of cheatsheets I’ve ever seen. #
Delaying css animations on load sounds simple but is actually relatively complex, involving what can be the tedious calculations of keyframe percentages.
I've fought this doing this in the past and Wait! Animate seems like the tool to win avoid that fight. #
Whatever technology you use whether it is SASS, BEM, CSS Modules or Styled Components there is no substitute for a well defined styling architecture that makes it intuitive for other developers to contribute to your code base without thinking too much, breaking or introducing new moving parts to the system. #
Easily set Mac Retina display to higher unsupported resolutions. #
This is a tool that lets you use MacBook Pro Retina's highest and unsupported resolutions. As an example, a Retina MacBook Pro 13" can be set to 3360×2100 maximum resolution, as opposed to Apple's max supported 1680×1050. It is accessible from the menu bar.
If you thought having your phone suddenly spew smoke and possibly catch fire was scary, how about getting a deemed safe replacement phone then having exactly that happen?
More worryingly, the phone in question was a replacement Galaxy Note 7, one that was deemed to be safe by Samsung. #
This project tries to mimic command line spinners like those from cli-spinners (where most of them are taken from) and bring them to the web. #
Component libraries—developers love them and so should designers. #
Functional animation is subtle animation that has a clear, logical purpose. It reduces cognitive load, prevents change blindness and establish a better recall in spatial relationships. But there is one more thing. Animation brings user interface to life. #
Good UX design can be everywhere, even in what most of us would probably think of as as the most non-user friendly software out there—CRM systems! #
Create simple presentations using only Markdown. Pretty awesome. #