Modals always be just appearin’. You might see one once in a while that slides in from one of the edges, or uses some kind of scale/opacity thing to appear from “above” or “below.” But we can get weirder than that. Why not have them come in on an
Just a swoopy arc is kinda fun.
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Have you ever needed animation in your React application? Traditionally, implementing animation has not an easy feat to accomplish. But now, thanks to Paul Henschel, we there’s a new React tool just for that. react-spring inherits from animated and react-motion for interpolations, optimized performance, and a clean API.
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Please stop me if you’ve heard this one before. You open a modal, scroll through it, close it, and wind up somewhere else on the page than you were when you opened the modal.
That’s because modals are elements on a page just like any other. It may stay in place (assuming that’s what it’s meant to do) but the rest of page continues to behave as normal.READ MORE
The web is a beautiful, expressive medium that’s evolved over time as trends and technology have changed. Moments of delight and flair are what set companies apart from one another. At the same time, today’s top products rely on scalable, component-based design systems to efficiently develop a coherent brand. And it’s more important than ever to have accessibility and a solid user experience baked in from the start! But these two worlds — creative web design and systematic web design … Read articleREAD MORE
1 == "1" returning true, or the notoriously confusing
this keyword. A particularly interesting quirk though, is the existence of various techniques for variable privacy.… Read article
This post covers how I built a typography grid for a design system using Vue render functions. Here’s the demo and the code. I used render functions because they allow you to create HTML with a greater level of control than regular Vue templates, yet surprisingly I couldn’t find very much when I web searched around for real-life, non-tutorial applications of them. I’m hoping this post will fill that void and provide a helpful and practical use case … Read article
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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
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The MapSVG plugin for WordPress allows you to create feature-rich, interactive maps quickly and through a smart admin UI. Interactive maps are a common request for projects when you need to visualize impact over particular locations. If you are already on WordPress, this comprehensive plugin could be your solution for production-ready maps.
Think about the last time you implemented or scoped an interactive map. You may wind up estimating a significant amount of time for mapping your data from … Read article
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Accessibility is all the rage these days, specifically when it comes to color contrast. I’ve stumbled upon a couple of tools this week that I think are pretty nifty for helping make sure that all of the text on our websites is legible regardless of what background color they might have.READ MORE