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Chris Coyier
Co-founder . Does . Podcasts . Clawhammer. loldad.
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Natalie Aug 17
Almost end of week 2 of August Challenge. Couldn't think about anything really interesting and then I found it - on Dribbble😍 I just love it ☺️
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Chris Coyier 13h
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Ryan Singer 24h
Incredible typography and attention to detail on this web reproduction of Byrne's 1847 edition of Euclid's Elements. It's even responsive. Raises the bar for what's possible on the web. Plus how it was made:
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Chris Coyier 14h
Replying to @estellevw
Nope. I got nothing.
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Chris Coyier 14h
Replying to @estellevw
Yeah that’s weird. Like… what would it do? Maybe have a shadow if you made the background smaller than the element?
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Chris Coyier Aug 17
Replying to @ryanflorence
I also think that pattern and implementation are fascinating things to think about with some deserved nuance.
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Chris Coyier Aug 17
Replying to @ryanflorence
That was a particularly weird thread, wasn't it? jeez.
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Chris Coyier Aug 16
Replying to @ryanflorence
It’s probably worse tech debt cause it’s so weird, but it’s also one of the all time great css tricks if you ask me!
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Chris Coyier Aug 16
have a merge request begging to go to production butttt
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Chris Coyier Aug 16
Cool
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Chris Coyier Aug 16
Im gonna do like text-decoration-thickness: 5000vh and text-decoration-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.05); so my long blog posts with lots of links just slowly fade to black.
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Sarah Drasner Aug 16
Periodic reminder that I maintain a big 'ol collection of Useful Pens for Everyday Frontend Development on :
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Chris Coyier Aug 16
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Chris Coyier Aug 15
Replying to @cdvillard
Just hanging out
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Chris Coyier Aug 15
Replying to @chriscoyier
If she blogs something about jewelry every day for a year (for example, a question someone has in the store that day). I’ll bet ya a bunch of bucks she’ll sell a lot more jewelry online next year than this year.
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Chris Coyier Aug 15
Replying to @chriscoyier
The jeweler had a TON to say about jewelry. She could free-flow talk about it. There was a whole conversation about jewelry reacting to oils and stinking. Obviously “why does my jewelry smell bad?” is an absolutely perfect blog post.
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Chris Coyier Aug 15
Replying to @chriscoyier
They had questions like how do you blog? How often? How do you get people to read it? What do you write about?
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Chris Coyier Aug 15
Replying to @chriscoyier
It was pretty cool. A lot of people who like blogging is somehow important to what they do. They are right. There was a jeweler, a post-bootcamp pre-career dude, and a fellow who had a political campaign that was important to him.
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Chris Coyier Aug 15
Replying to @swyx
Probably has to do with stuff like pagination behind it - hard to maintain and sloppy in the url
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Chris Coyier Aug 15
Replying to @swyx
Dribbble does that too. It’s a little weird but I don’t hate it
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