Elegance and modernity paired with smart effects made Invictus Award Season 2 our favorite this week.
Glen Maddern introduces this interesting new concept of Attribute Modules (or AM) for CSS.
A modern “no-bloat” image slider that is extensible. Made by Gilbert Pellegrom.
A wonderful and free iOS design kit for mobile prototyping crafted by UI8 for InVision.
Jon Raasch explores some emulators, simulators and remote debugging tools for quick mobile site testing.
CommonMark is a great proposal for a standard, unambiguous syntax specification for Markdown.
A collection of the best design portfolios on the web. Curated by Kim Walker.
If you are working with the React library, you’ll find this searchable database of components very helpful.
Regular is a “string-based living template engine” aiming to help you create interactive components. Built by NetEase.
With Instacam you can create Canvas videos with CSS filters through the WebRTC API. Made by Xavier Foucrier.
A fantastic Chrome Developer Tools extension by Razvan Caliman that provides an interactive editor for shape property values like
As part of his “icons by hour project”, Joe Harrison offers these beautiful sweet icons for free.
A really cool pen by Sam Jarvis where he experiments with CSS filters.
Readonomy is a real-time collaborative bookmarking app that let’s you share, discuss and organize content with a team. Made by the Tutorialzine team.
Beautiful color gradients for your next design. You can get the CSS code and add your own gradients.
A decision tree for finding the best way to center things in CSS by Chris Coyier.
Tobias Günther writes about Git and how helpful the distributed version control system can be for your project.