Inspirational Website of the Week: Sismo Design, studio de design et innovation
A fantastic experience full of well-planned effects and a brilliant color scheme. Our pick this week.
A really nice project by Büro that gives users an incentive to update their outdated browser.
A mind-blowing library to help journalists, bloggers, and other people on the web publish stories that combine narratives with maps and map interactions. Made by CartoDB.
Everything You Need to Know About the CSS will-change Property
An insightful article by Sara Soueidan on the new “will-change” property — a property that will help us write performance-optimized code.
A great tool for identifying and sampling web fonts.
A very useful tool for rapidly creating CSS3 powered animations for elements. Made by Joel Besada.
Sable Kit Free (AI, EPS, PNG)
A great freebie with some creative elements for your next design, by PixelBuddha.
Building a responsive SVG map
An excellent article by BBC News developer Tian Yuan on how to create responsive SVG maps for data driven visual components as part of the 2014 local and european elections.
100 Free Icons (PSD, AI, Webfont)
One hundred excellent vector based icons designed by Piotr Makarewicz.
Starnight HTML5/CSS3 Website Template
A stunning website template coded by talented Peter Finlan and designed by Blaz Robar.
A web component made by Guille Paz for showing a Github profile card.
Getting Started with Browserify
A detailed guide on getting started with Browserify by Patrick Catanzariti from Sitepoint.
Free Font: Draft Display
A beautiful and unique display typeface by Camille San Vicente.
CSS Gradients with
A collection of cool CSS gradients that are made using the new
background-blend-mode property. Curated by Bennett Feely.
An amazing audio rhythm experiment that let’s you play sounds by placing key notes in a room. Made by Hakim El Hattab.
Share: The Icon No One Agrees On
Min Ming Lo analyzes one of the most non-agreed-upon icons in the history of the web: the share icon.
100 Free Icons (SVG, PNG, PSD & AI)
Martin J.Berthelsen shares this fantastic set of one hundred pixel-perfect line icons.
A pixel-perfect set of desk items designed by Cory Ehrenberg.
Nate Hunzaker from Viget shows how to import variables as JSON into Sass.