Anthony Goodwin’s portfolio has a beautiful flowy design with lovely details. Our pick this week.
You’ve never built a WordPress website like this before. Divi is more than just a WordPress theme, it’s a completely new website building platform that replaces the standard WordPress post editor with a vastly superior visual editor.
Bastian Allgeier on the lessons learned while working on very old projects and how the post-build-process era brought dependency hell.
Zach Leatherman studies scrollbar obtrusiveness and the design control we have with CSS.
Ana Tudor explores the interesting possibilities of logical operations using CSS custom properties.
A very useful site that offers support info on more than 50 HTML and CSS features tested across 25 email clients.
A generative art tool that lets you play with light in a way you never have before. By Jared Forsyth.
Add depth using a 3D camera view to your web page with CSS3 3D transforms. By Mingyu Kim.
Thadee Trompetter shows how to use cron jobs on GitHub Actions and Netlify build hooks to perform nightly updates of a static site.
Matt Hobbs experiments with the Save-Data header and shares what he learned.
In case you didn’t know about it: Cables is a tool for creating beautiful interactive content. With an easy to navigate interface and real time visuals, it allows for rapid prototyping and fast adjustments. Currently in public beta.
Read about how two great data sources on web compatibility come together.
End-to-end machine learning project showing key aspects of developing and deploying real life ML driven application.
Daytripper is a laser tripwire that can, upon triggering, hide all your windows, lock your computer, or execute a custom script to do whatever you want
A tutorial on how to create a Three.js powered audio visualizer that takes input from the user’s webcam.
Another set of inspirational website designs from the previous month to bring you up to date on the current design trends.