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Ire Aderinokun covers the semantic differences between the div, section, and article tags, and how to choose which one to use.
The team at Zurb released Motion UI, which is a Sass library for creating flexible CSS transitions and animations.
Over on CSS-Tricks, Geoff Graham talks about technical debt and how we can deal with it as front-end developers.
Lee Munroe shared his list of tools that help inform design decisions, along with the ways he uses them.
Element Queries allow you to have CSS styles that conditionally apply to a single element rather than the whole page, as we have with media queries. Tommy Hodgins wrote about them over on his CodePen blog.
In this episode, we talk about clipboard.js, flat design, U.S. Web Design Standards, 'Design Disruptors,' and the fallacy of keeping up.
In this episode, we talk about going back to the :roots, choosing a responsive grid system, use cases for CSS calc(), Lost Grid, and styling and customizing file inputs the smart way.
In this episode, we talk about CSS protips, test-driven product design, enterprise CSS, Modernizr 3, and anticipatory design.
In this episode, we are joined by Wes Bos to talk about his journey into the web, Flexbox, its difficulties, and things he’d like to see in the future of Flexbox.
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