I’ve been sold on Sass for a while now, and one of the main reasons is that it makes CSS more maintainable, and allows for more semantic HTML. A basic Sass mixin could allow us to avoid adding elements to our markup, and avoid repetitive pseudo-element selectors and declarations in our CSS.
A few things I learned while at Apple Retail about how people use browsers and interfaces, and how we can make sure not to confuse people who are new to using technology.
I’ve been digging into Flexbox because eventually using floats for layout will be a thing of the past. I came across Flexplorer and thought it was a helpful resource and cool way to quickly experiment with the properties.