Andy Clarke shows some ways to improve how your style guides look and how to make them better at communicating design information to creatives without it getting in the way of information that technical people need.
Zach Saucier explains how can you keep your responsive animations sized the way you want.
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Articles & Tutorials
Sarah Drasner on how to prescribe and document animation in your design systems.
Estelle Weyl explains why you should take the time to optimize your image assets.
Nick Salloum introduces the box-decoration-break property and takes a look at the granular control it gives you on inline elements, like creating multi-line padded text.
Josh Johnston teaches you how to overcome the fear of removing CSS by writing your CSS as modules that are easy to delete.
On December 17, 1996, W3C published the first standard for CSS. This means that the CSS just turned 20.
Docsify is a tool that will help you generate documentation for your site.
Luke Haas has built a beautiful low-poly animated Pokémon using CSS clip-path property in combination with CSS variables and transitions.
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