Craft is a plugin suite for Sketch and Photoshop that lets you design with real data in mind. #
MJML is a markup language designed to reduce the pain of coding a responsive email. Its semantic syntax makes it easy and straightforward and its rich standard components library speeds up your development time and lightens your email codebase. MJML's open-source engine generates high quality responsive HTML compliant with best practices.
There are countless scripts and methods for creating tooltips but hint.css is my new favorite. Pure CSS tooltips and it only weighs in at 1.5kb #
Hound comments on style violations in GitHub pull requests, allowing you and your team to better review and maintain a clean codebase.
Interesting idea but it seems like it'd be better to catch these types of style problems with a solid local linter setup. #
Easily generate the optimal responsive image dimensions #
Although definitely odd, I personally don't completely hate the design. #
Email marketing always seems simple but it's easily to overlook just how complicated it can really be. Litmus out together a great, although simplified, list of tips to help create a bulletproof process. #
Resolutions and pixels-per-inch look like they are on a continuing upward tread to the point that not having a site that supports tomorrow's displays will only create more work (the bad kind) for you in the future. Yesterday was but if you put it off, right now is the time to think about future-proofing as much as possible. #
Yes please! Now! #
I spent hours of my childhood on one of the first computers my family had playing Red Baron. For years after I was hooked on any and all flight simulators. #
Ding dong the witch is dead. #
A subscription box that teaches kids to code!
If I have kids I will be all over this. #
This email campaign is truly the most creative email I've ever seen. Amazing stuff. #
In true Apple fashion, Photos protects the user from thinking about managing storage — everything happens automatically, with absolutely no intervention from the user. That’s as it should be, but a few optional controls for the control freaks among us wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world. #