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Web Design Weekly #144

Anselm Hannemann explores a pretty rad technique to colorize a video with CSS. Matt Steele talks about Responsive Images and how to adapt your site to be lean and fast. Jeff Dicky blogged about using Node.js in production. Axel Rauschmayer talked about six technologies that will change the web platform and more. Enjoy.

SassyLists moving to 2.x

Hugo Giraudel shares his journey of building SassyLists. SassyLists is a toolbox providing almost 40 functions to help working with Sass lists. The Sass default list API is very light therefore you might need some extra functions, especially if you are building a Sass framework or a robust grid system.

Web Design Weekly #143

Some super exciting things happening with Firefox Nightly shipping WebIDE. Brad Frost talks about why designing with dynamic content is so important in providing more thoughtful, realistic and resilient designs. Marcus Taylor explores was to improve your WordPress site. The Framer.js team released Framer Studio for easier prototyping and lots more. Enjoy.

Can I Use connected to Google Analytics

Can I Use is a super valuable resource during development and one of the cool things I discovered recently is you can connect your Google Analytics account to Can I Use to get accurate supported stats based on your sites actual data.

Web Design Weekly #142

Google released a comprehensive resource for creating a multi-device web. Internet Explore started shipping a dev channel. The New York Times posted a great article about their CMS. Krasimir Tsonev blogged about dependency injection in JavaScript. Campaign Monitor released Canvas which helps build HTML emails with ease and lots more. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #141

Jeffery Zeldman wrote about the very sad event that Eric and Kat Meyer have endured. Nate Hunzaker discussed and interesting technique that uses a JSON file to share data between Sass and JavaScript. Smashing Magazine published a basic introduction to jQuery. Callum Macrae explains how to use Gulp to make your development workflow faster and more. Enjoy.

Different Sass Output Styles

When developing with Sass sometimes there is a need to adjust the output style of the CSS. Sass’s default CSS style is good but might not be applicable for all situations. This post explores what those options are and how to adjust your compiler settings.

Single Responsibility Principle

Drew Barontini:

Hopefully that gives you a glimpse into how you can apply the Single Responsibility Principle to your CSS modules. Limit the scope of your modules, keep the styles small, and make sure your modules are properly encapsulated to ensure that your styles are both maintainable and predictable. Use submodules, modifiers, and context classes to make sure that your modules are nice and flex-y.

A super easy to follow article which introduces the fundamentals of writing better CSS.

Web Design Weekly #140

Greg Smith floats the idea of setting the overflow property to auto as default in an interesting article. Lots of news around Apple’s new iOS 8. Ashely Nolan put together a great post discussing the idea that out Sass is getting to complex. Drew Barontini shared the idea of why it is good to write your CSS in a modular manner. Enjoy.

Web Design Weekly #139

Katie Kovalcin offers some wise advice on ways to incorporate another guideline into your design process. Elliot Bonneville runs over how to get up and running with Node.js and MongoDB. Learn all about CSS Blend modes on the Opera blog and so much more. Enjoy!

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