Responsive Images on the Apple Watch
Unless you send Apple a specific signal that you’ve considered one-inch-wide screens, they’re going to assume that you haven’t, pretend to be a bigger, more-common viewport, and zoom out.
Exclusions will hopefully be like more powerful grid-friendly floats
Exclusions (which are currently in a "working draft" spec as I write) are kinda like float in that they allow inline content to wrap around an element. But not exactly a float.
What's New In CSS?
Slides from Rachael Andrew's talk about what is new and interesting in CSS. Covering some of the things we can already use as well as things just recently discussed at the CSS Working Group. In addition she talks about how things become part of CSS, and how everyone can get involved.
Why can’t we use Functional CSS and regular CSS at the same time?
In those cases where you need to balance readability, dependencies, and optical adjustments, writing regular CSS in a regular old-fashioned stylesheet is still my favorite thing in the world. But functional CSS still solves a ton of other problems very eloquently.
Read Color Hex Codes, by David DeSandro
How does a colorblind designer work with color? Not with his eyes! Instead David relies on reading color hex codes. He shares his process into understanding those six-digit codes and related insights into human vision, computer history, and digital color.