Julija K., boredpanda.com
Some of us eat with our eyes as well as our mouths, so for us, food presentation is as important, if not more so, than the taste. These cakes are perfect examples – we can’t taste them (unfortunately), but most of them look as delicious as can be.
Have you ever wondered what you might look like as a cartoon character? If so, American artist Rober DeJesus has got you covered – he turns stranger’s photos into anime versions of themselves.DeJesus accepts email requests from anyone, so, for a…
At first, I avoided Sass because it seemed to be aimed at programmers (the documentation was full of programming terminology). But after taking the time to learn Sass, I found it isn’t all that complicated. There are fancy operations and functions that will satisfy the programmers, but there are also loads of cool things that just make writing CSS quicker and more efficient for the rest of us.
This is why I learned (and still use) LESS, but the more I read about Sass, the more I think I should switch. Apps like CodeKit make both equally straightforward to implement now.
This styles a native select consistently cross-platform with only minimal CSS. The native select is then styled so it is essentially invisible (no appearance, border, bg) leaving only the select’s text visible. There is a wrapper around the select that has the majority of the button styles (gradient, shadow, border, etc.). We then add the custom arrow via a pseudo element to the right.
Lina D., boredpanda.com
Japanese chefs and designers are the undisputed masters of the cute food industry, but their brilliant work has inspired chefs around the world to create beautiful and adorable meals like these that are hard not to play with before eating. We can …