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Last year, Rachel Andrew wrote “Take A New Look At CSS Shapes” where she reintroduced readers to the basics of using CSS Shapes. In this new tutorial, Andy Clarke expands on the topic of “Art Direction for the Web” with CSS Shapes to create exciting …
This series of articles is about privacy-related design patterns. We’ll be exploring some of the respectful ways to approach privacy and data collection, and how to deal with those notorious cookie consent prompts, intrusive push notifications, …
We talk a lot about Flexbox and CSS Grid Layout, but these layout methods are essentially values of the CSS
display property, a workhorse of a property that doesn’t get a lot of attention. Rachel Andrew takes a better look in a short series.
Web interfaces have become quite a character. In this series of articles, we’re looking into privacy UX patterns to help make our interfaces better.
Cloudflare Workers lets devs build and extend the capabilities of serverless sites. In this article, we will learn how Cloudflare Workers works and when it makes sense to add it to our technology stack.
z-index property, despite all that’s written about it, is still widely misunderstood and mishandled. Stacking issues in a complex single-page web application can become a major pain. Adhering to some principles, however, we can easily avoid these …
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