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Poly Fluid Sizing

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Fluid typography is pretty amazing. We have a writeup of how it all works. But as fancy as that is, it's still scaling the type linearly. What if we wanted the type size to fall along a curve? The math gets a bunch more complicated, but it's possible. ...

Beautiful, Customizable Online Appointment Scheduling

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Brand new designs for Acuity Scheduling are beautiful out of the box and make it easy to provide online appointment scheduling for you or your clients, matching their identity. The online scheduler comes with several templates, embeds quickly in existi...

The Different Logical Ways to Group CSS Properties

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Over on the MediaTemple Blog, I talk about some logical possibilities for how you might arrange the declarations within a ruleset. Personally: I'll admit, I traditionally haven't had much of an opinion about the ordering of CSS properties. I just add w...

React Sketch.app

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The "normal" workflow I'm sure we've all lived is that design happens, then coding happens. A healthy workflow has back-and-forth between everyone involved in a project, including designers and developers, but still: The code is the final product. You ...

PWA Directory

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The other day I was watching an interview with Ade Oshineye where he discussed his work on the PWA Directory at Google, a showcase of progressive web apps. And it’s pretty neat! It lists a whole bunch of PWAs out there and you can filter them by Ligh...

Think you know the top web browsers?

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If I had to blindly guess about global marketshare, I would have gotten it wrong. I probably would have forgotten about UC browser (kind of the point of Peter O'Shaughnessy's article) that's so huge in Asia. I would have guessed Firefox has a slight ed...

Legally Binding Electronic Signatures with eversign

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There are few things more obnoxiously tedious than being asked to sign a document over email, where they tell you to print it, sign it, scan it, and email it back. One time I Photoshopped my signature onto a document, and they were able to tell somehow...

Dealing with Spacing in Compiled Markdown Articles

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Good thinking and exploration by Sebastian Eberlein. I'm a firm believer that you're doing yourself a favor if you blog in Markdown, because it gives you clean HTML output that isn't littered with classes very likely won't last forever. Instead, why no...