It's cold and frosty here in the UK, I'm heading to Vienna at the end of the week for the Web Clerks conference, which I'm really looking forward to. It will also allow me to escape from the mountain of boxes that my house is becoming as I'm moving house at the beginning of December. I definitely prefer CSS boxes to moving boxes!
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In this episode of the Smashing Podcast Jina Anne talks about Design Tokens and how they are used with an existing Design System.
I like seeing these articles that come from people trying to figure out how to use new layout methods in their own workflows.
Chrome Dev Summit was last week, I was sad not to go this year but I have already done so much travel and I'm about to move house - so trying to put my life into boxes won out over SF! However all the video is now available, such as this one on new web styling features.
Mandy Michael shows us how to avoid jagged edges on gradients.
If you haven't looked into Variable Fonts as yet, this straightforward intro will get you started.
Creating a simple, animated opening and closing panel or drawer.
"Over the last few years, we've been handed all of these new tools, Flexbox and Grid give us a layout system designed for CSS. Perhaps less obviously, however, a set of concepts are emerging that give us a real way to explain CSS layout for the first time."
I wrote some words on Teaching CSS for CSS Tricks.css-tricks.com