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By on June 16th, 2018Designer News

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Our 50 Favorite CSS Frameworks, Libraries & Tools from 2018 – Level up your CSS game with these fresh resources.
Our 50 Favorite CSS Frameworks, Libraries & Tools from 2018

Vivid.js – A JS library with over 90 SVG razor-sharp icons.
Vivid.js

What should a new designer know about typography? – Using typography to help solve problems.
What should a new designer know about typography?

How to test accessibility of emails – A guide to making email more accessible for everyone.
How to test accessibility of emails

60GS – A 60-column CSS Grid starter kit.
60GS

MapSVG Brings Incredibly Powerful and Flexible Maps to WordPress – A tool to create vector SVG, Google and image maps in WordPress.
MapSVG Brings Incredibly Powerful and Flexible Maps to WordPress

Accessible CSS-Only Floating Labels – Create a floating label effect that is also accessible.
Accessible CSS-Only Floating Labels

Three Dots – A collection of loading animations – all with just 3 little dots.
Three Dots

Strawberry – A light-weight CSS Flexbox framework.
Strawberry

Combining the Powers of SEM and BIO for Improving CSS – Write better and more efficient CSS.
Combining the Powers of SEM and BIO for Improving CSS

How to Find Out What a Client Really Needs – Ways to get a better sense of what a project is all about.
How to Find Out What a Client Really Needs

JSUI – A tool for visually organizing, creating and managing JavaScript projects.
JSUI

Chatbots – A Creative’s Guide – A look at how to design a conversation.
Chatbots - A Creative's Guide

The 10 Most Popular Open Source Front-End Web UI Kits – A collection of great UI choices for your next project.
The 10 Most Popular Open Source Front-End Web UI Kits

Cirrus – A responsive CSS framework that uses Flexbox.
Cirrus

In defense of Functional CSS – One designer’s opinion on the benefits of Functional (aka Atomic) CSS.
In defense of Functional CSS

Collapsing Logo Effect – Re-creating the logo effect seen on PracticalVR.
Collapsing Logo Effect

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