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Archive: November 28th, 2017
Rob walks us through the typographic choices for his recent redesign:
Most of what I design that incorporates type has a typographic scale as its foundation, which informs the typeface choices and layout proportions. The process of creating that scale begins by asking what the type needs to do, and what role contrasting sizes will play in that.
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I reckon this could be the canonical WebGL demo.
And if I’m reading dev tools right, this is all done in 86K.
Eric uses some super-clever CSS to “wireframe up” a web page.
I wonder if this could be turned into a little bookmarklet?
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In which Brian takes a long winding route through an explanation of why the
is attribute for custom elements is dead before he demonstrates the correct way to use web components:
<!-- instead of writing this --> <input type="radio" is="x-radio"> <!-- you write this --> <x-radio> <input type="radio"> </x-radio>
Sadly, none of the showcase examples I’ve seen for web components do this.