• XSOR2

    A Streets of Rage experiment in JavaScript and canvas by xhva.net

    A work-in-progress rebuild of the Megadrive/Genesis game Streets of Rage using JavaScript and open web technologies.

  • Learn AI UX

    Responsive UX Starter Kit

    Get started and get fast with mobile-first, responsive UX design with Adobe Illustrator.

  • Flexbox Froggy

    A game for learning CSS flexbox

    Flexbox Froggy, a game where you help Froggy and friends by writing CSS code! Guide the frog to the lilypad by using the justify-content property, which aligns items horizontally.

  • Practical ARIA Examples

    Working examples of using ARIA to enhance common web application design patterns

    Some practical ARIA examples to enhance your application accessibility (by @heydonworks).

  • The Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction

    The Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction, 2nd Ed.. Free textbooks written by 100+ leading designers, bestselling authors and Ivy League professors. The textbooks are assembled in a gigantic 4000+ page encyclopedia covering the design of interactive products and services like websites, household objects, smartphones, computer software, aircraft cockpits, you name it.

  • Kickstart: Give Your Crowdfunding Project the Best Chance for Success (eBook)

    The Kickstart eBook – A Super Practical Guide

    3 years ago John Saddington launched a successful Kickstarter Project that raised over $50k for a mobile iPhone app. He created and published a 50+ page eBook to help others get a handle on how to launch their project and gain support.

  • Sauce Labs

    Selenium Testing, Mobile Testing, JS Unit Testing

    Cross browser testing made awesome. Selenium testing, mobile testing, JS unit testing on over 700 OS/browser platforms.

  • The A11Y Project

    A community-driven effort to make web accessibility easier

    For many web developers, accessibility is complex and somewhat difficult. The Accessibility Project understands that and we want to help to make web accessibility easier for front end developers to implement.

  • UX Timeline

    See how some of today's best companies have evolved


  • CSS-Tricks

    Tips, Tricks, and Techniques on using Cascading Style Sheets.

    CSS-Tricks launched on July 4th, 2007. It used to be, believe it or not, primarily about CSS! Over the years, despite the hokey name, CSS-Tricks created, written by, and maintained by Chris Coyier and a team of swell people has come to become a site about all things web design and development.