Posts in: Design
Simplify sharing with built-in APIs and progressive enhancement
Instead of leaning into heavy social sharing widgets, you can create a truly user-friendly social sharing component that works for everyone, using built-in APIs and progressive enhancement.
The art of the demo
Nothing enhances written content quite like a well-crafted demo, or collection of demos. They don't have to be complex either — in fact, it’s better if they’re not complex. The most important thing is that good quality demos can help people really get what you're trying to explain, especially if reading isn't the most effective way for them to learn.
Quick Figma tricks you may not know exist
In this Little Design Tip, our designer, Leanne, shares some really handy Figma tricks about its powerful auto layout tool.
We just launched our brand new website design, so we thought we'd break down the core elements and the choices we made during its production for you.
Some simple ways to make content look good
Something non-designers understandably struggle with is how to make things look good. One of those things is long form content that’s well set and readable. Luckily, CSS makes this easy, you just have to know what to change. That’s exactly what we’re going to teach you in this article.
Relative rounded corners
If you’ve got a rounded corner on both the outside, and the inside of an element that both have the same value, it looks pretty weird. In this Little Design Tip, we dig into a formula to get relative rounded corners, along with a nice CSS utility to apply to your projects.