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The Code Side Of Color

The trouble with a color’s name is that it never really is perceived as the exact same color to two different individuals — especially if they have a stake in a website’s emotional impact. Name a color, and you’re most likely to give a misleading impression. via Pocket



SVG is an excellent way to create interactive, resolution-independent vector graphics that will look great on any size screen. And the Snap.svg JavaScript library makes working with your SVG assets as easy as jQuery makes working with the DOM. Snap. via Pocket


Easily build and maintain beautiful style guides. Hologram is a Ruby gem that parses comments in your CSS and turns them into a beautiful style guide. Why would I use it? Hologram was written to make building a style guide as easy as maintaining your CSS. via Pocket

You're Slicing Cheese All Wrong. Here's How To Cut Every Shape Of Wedge, Wheel And Chunk.

The facts are straightforward: Serve cheese plate, improve situation. No matter the occasion, cheese is bound to make it better. Figuring out how to neatly present said cheese plate, however, is the tricky part. via Pocket

CSS Effects Libraries for Cool Web Design

Flash has been replaced by JavaScript and CSS3. With earlier versions of CSS2, and JavaScript can’t really help do much with it other changing the size, animation from x to y using JavaScript. via Pocket


6 tips for understanding colour theory

Colour, more than any other element of a designer’s work, has the greatest influence on how viewers feel. Understanding colour, its cultural symbolism and the relationship between colours is necessary to becoming a better artist and designer. via Pocket


The Design Process: A Pyramid

Almost two years ago, I got to sit down with Ryan Germick, the lead of the Google Doodle team. When I asked how his team kept shipping such great designs consistently, Ryan asked for my notebook, and drew a pyramid. He divided it into five layers, and he told me: via Pocket


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Please JS

Make a random Pleasing color. Please. via Pocket