Collective #558

C558_WOTW Inspirational Website of the Week: Princeton University Press

A truly classy website design that is a pleasure to browse. Our pick this week.

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C558_guidefreelance The Freelance Life

A wonderful guide by Sidesupply on starting, surviving, and growing your freelance business.

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C558_wwwork The World-Wide Work

Ethan Marcotte’s talk on automation, power, justice, and labor in the tech industry.

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C558_pablo2 Open Doodles

Fantastic free sketchy illustrations by Pablo Stanley.

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C558_select Can we please style the <select> control?!

Some interesting survey results that reveal the frustrations among front end devs with the limited styling possibilities of the select element.

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C558_subgrid Laying out Forms using Subgrid

Miriam Suzanne shows how to align form elements inside labels using CSS Subgrid.

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C558_access Beyond automatic accessibility testing: 6 things I check on every website I build

Manuel Matuzović shares a small collection of accessibility checks that he performs on every site he audits and builds.

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C558_fiber React-three-fiber game

A game written in React and Three.js using react-three-fiber by Paul Henschel.

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C558_perfectcircle Can You Draw a Perfect Circle?

A beautifully simple game you’ll become obsessed with. The aim is to draw a perfect circle..

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C558_colorsstripe Designing accessible color systems

Learn how the stripe team designed a color system with hand-picked, vibrant colors that also met standards for accessibility and contrast.

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C558_whak CSS Whack-a-Mole

The fun classic made just with CSS. By Alvaro Montoro.

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C558_gify GIPHY Arcade

Play and create your own games with GIFs from GIPHY.

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C558_spars Spars

A general toolkit for creating interactive web experiences containing everything from an asset loader to a frame scheduler, persistent caching and thread pooling. By Tim van Scherpenzeel.

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C558_won Web Components Have Already Won Whether You Like It Or Not

Justin Ribeiro explains that Web components already “won”.

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C558_lighthouse Running Lighthouse on Authenticated Pages

A short guide with demo on how to audit authenticated pages with Lighthouse and Puppeteer.

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C558_circles CSS Circles

Tyler Sticka explores all things circle in this article.

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C558_chris Memories of web development past

A wonderful blast from the past by Christian Heilmann.

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C558_fivedays How We Built the World Wide Web in Five Days

A great talk about recreating the first ever web browser.

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C558_tables Making Tables Responsive With Minimal CSS

Learn how to easily implement responsive table layouts with only CSS in this article by Bradley Taunt.

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C558_pixelrowaudio Picture player

A cool experiment by Nick Watton where you can “listen” to a pixel row of an image.

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C558_sky Skybox

A very creative Three.js experiment by masuwa.

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C558_korean Korean Poster Recreation

Kristopher Van Sant made this impressive recreation of a Korean poster.

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C558_3dcharacter
From Our Blog
How to Create an Interactive 3D Character with Three.js

In this in-depth tutorial you will learn how to create an interactive 3D character that follows the mouse and performs random animations on click.

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C558_Portfolio
From Our Blog
Case Study: Chang Liu Portfolio V4

Get insight on how to add 3D to a website using Three.js and make a wavy distortion effect in this case study of Chang Liu’s new portfolio.

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Collective #558 was written by Pedro Botelho and published on Codrops.

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