Oli Studholme gives a great run down on the history of Eric Meyers CSS Reset and produces a great argument into why you should give Normalize.css a try on your next project if you are not using it. (the-pastry-box-project.net)
A comprehensive look at the Clown Car technique for adaptive images in Responsive Web Design by Estelle Weyl (smashingmagazine.com)
Everyone has their own route to becoming a developer and I’m sure there are a lot of developers out there who can relate with this. Great read from Oscar Godson. (medium.com)
A very cool RWD hack. I’ll let the comments on this article speak for it: “So simple it hurts”, “I just dropped everything I was doing” and “I almost cried” (barrelny.com)
With an iOS revamp being announced at Apple’s WWDC next week, Jason Santa Maria offers his take on the flat v skeuomorphic debate. (jasonsantamaria.com)
Tools / Resources
There is no shortage on opinions on API design and there’s no one widely adopted standard that works in all cases. Vinay Sahni’s very thorough article will help you make informed choices when creating a public API for your web app. (vinaysahni.co)
Make lossless optimisation of images part of your automated build process. (github.com)
A purely fun experiment and very cool little weekend project. Well-known logos recreated in pure CSS. (bchanx.com)
While we’re talking about people doing crazy experiments with CSS, Donovan Hutchinson has recreated an orientation video from the Portal video game using HTML and CSS. Whaaat? (hop.ie)
Real-time, node-based video compositor for the web that renders high-quality dynamic and interactive video effects. Pretty sure my brain just melted a little bit. (seriouslyjs.org)
Happy Cog, an industry-leading digital design consultancy, is seeking a Front-end Developer. This role requires you help carry the flag of building beautiful, accessible and standards-compliant websites. (authenticjobs.com)
Last But Not Least…
Paul Irish gets electric shock therapy at FluentConf with the help of a Chrome App, USB API, speech recognition API and some disposable camera hardware. (youtube.com)
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