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A couple of months ago, we invited Marc Anton Dahmen to show off his database-less content management system (CMS) Automad. His post is an interesting inside look at templating engines, including how they work, how CMSs use them, and how they impact the way we write things, such as loops.
Have you seen Netlify's press page? It's one of those places where you can snag a download of the company's logo. I was looking for it this morning because I needed the logo to use as a featured image for a post here on CSS-Tricks.
Well, I noticed they have these pretty looking buttons to download the logo. They're small and sharp. They grab attention but aren't in the way.
They're also interactive! Look at the way they expand and … Read article
We've been talking a lot about Dark Mode around here ever since Apple released it as a system setting in MacOS 10.14 and subsequently as part of Safari. It's interesting because of both what it opens up as as far as design opportunities as well as tailoring user experience based on actual user preferences.
This week, we got an Editor's Draft for the Color Adjust Module Level 1 specification and the First Public Working Draft of it. All of this … Read article