Weekly News for Designers № 612
Microcopy – A collection of click-to-copy short text for use on your website.
Dot HQ – Concerned about online privacy? Give this new web browser a try.
Motion One – This animation library promises “huge” performance while keeping a tiny file size.
Navigating Harsh Judgements and Self-Worth in Web Design – Some advice for tuning out the darkest parts of the web design community.
Menu and Thumbnail Stack Animation – Learn the process behind this unique menu animation.
The Future of CSS: Cascade Layers – Find out how this new CSS feature can help designers take control of the cascade.
8 Best WordPress Plugins for Providing Customer Support – Add a variety of customer support functionality to your website with these handy plugins.
Geometric Art – Use this tool to generate unique art that can be downloaded for your projects.
ct.css – This diagnostic CSS snippet exposes potential performance issues in your page’s
Simpler Block Spacing in WordPress with
:where() – How these CSS pseudo-selectors can help you tackle spacing in the Gutenberg block editor.
The Idea Generation Process of Scribbling on a Napkin – Explore the idea generation process familiar to many designers: the scribbled idea on a restaurant napkin.
Actionable Color Palettes – Check out this attractive collection of hand-curated color palettes.
Love a WordPress Plugin or Theme? Pay It Forward. – Take time to positively impact the people and products that help make our websites better.
7 Practical Uses for the
::after Pseudo-Elements in CSS – Examples of how designers can leverage these pseudo-elements to create a better UX.
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