Piccalilli Issue #11
Hey, Pals 👋
This issue is packed full of treats. It features accessible custom checkboxes, spaceships, birds, multi-screen murals and generative art.
If you’re enjoying reading this newsletter as much as I’m enjoying creating it, please share it with your pals. It’ll be really appreciated if you do.
I am a huge fan of Lindsey and all of the work she does. She’s one of our best people in the accessibility community.
Styling checkbox elements is a nightmare and this article shows you both how to make a cool, pseudo element-based setup and how to make it accessible.
This is bold and I love it. I love the idea of the product, too. Anything that enables folks to publish their stuff on the web, independently is a winner in my eyes.
The scrolling behaviour of this is really good. A very creative way to deliver this content.
Every time I look at this, I spot something new. The use of perspective and motion gives a fantastic depth of field.
The typography, colour and layout are out of this world, too.
This is a lovely animation by Alice. I especially like the use of easing and the rocket’s flames.
Holy moly, the look and feel of this is outstanding.
Everything about it is spot on and when you see it in context, it amplifies how good this is 1000%.
This is rad by Alex. It’s cool to see them use their knowledge of geospatial information systems to generate some really nice art.
This is really nicely done. Great colours, great typography make up my favourite sort of usage of CSS Grid, which is posters!
This is absolutely fantastic. I learned a tonne about how hex codes work. There’s a handy converter at the end, too.
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That’s all, folks
I’m also taking a short break from writing tutorials, so I’m looking to feature your work. If you have written a handy CSS utility, CSS trick or tutorial, you can submit a link over at https://submissions.piccalil.li ➡
Until the next issue, take it easy 🙂