CSS Regions Considered Harmful · An A List Apart Blog Post

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Håkon Wium Lie is the father of CSS, the CTO of Opera, and a pioneer advocate for web standards. His last article in this magazine led directly to real fonts on the web. When Håkon speaks, whether we always agree or not, we listen. In today’s post, Håkon shares his opinion on CSS Regions.

Source: CSS Regions Considered Harmful · An A List Apart Blog Post

10 best new web design tools in March | Web design | Creative Bloq

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Build prototypes within Sketch, learn Flexbox the easy way and much more.

Source: 10 best new web design tools in March | Web design | Creative Bloq

5 features transforming how we use CSS | Web design | Creative Bloq

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Dan Cork introduces some of the features and tooling revolutionising our style sheets.

Source: 5 features transforming how we use CSS | Web design | Creative Bloq

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1mHT3mh1oKoY761mHT5e3The project investigates the seemingly mundane topic of *selfies* with a mix of techniques, ranging from theory over quantitive analysis to visualization and artistic expression. In this highly interdisciplinary project, I had the creative lead for design, data visualization and data analysis.

Hack This: Edit an Image with Python

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As images are just data, it’s easy enough to treat them as such. That is, we can readily trim away all of the GUI trappings of image editing software and get right down to bare computation—editing images via bare code, that is.

Source: Hack This: Edit an Image with Python

How to use Google’s Deep Dream to create hallucination-like images – Features

1Eg4hH5Artificially intelligent neural networks can not only identify images, they can be used to generate images Hieronymus Bosch would have been proud of.

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JavaScript & JQuery: A More Beautiful Way to Learn Web Development

These days, there’s no shortage of online resources for teaching yourself to code, but there’s also nothing like reading a good instruction book from start to finish. JavaScript & JQuery, by Jon Duckett, is perhaps the most elegant, visually engaging book you can learn JavaScript from.

Source: JavaScript & JQuery: A More Beautiful Way to Learn Web Development

PhotoSwipe: Responsive JavaScript Image Gallery

Touch-friendly JavaScript image gallery for mobile and desktop, without dependencies. Responsive layout. Swipe and zoom gestures.

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