1. Smarter Breakpoints with Sass →

    Nested media queries are cool, but having to make changes to them isn’t. Let Sass do the heavy lifting for you!

  2. Your favourite movie and TV vehicles of the ’80s rendered in Lego makes me wish I had more Lego skill back in the ’80s.

    Your favourite movie and TV vehicles of the ’80s rendered in Lego makes me wish I had more Lego skill back in the ’80s.

  3. This sits securely in the intersection of ‘Type’, ‘TV Graphics’, and ‘Communist Iconography’ in the Venn diagram of my nerdiness. The typeface used on East German television has been given a cleanup and a digital release as FF Videtur. I Love Typography has the fascinating story.

    This sits securely in the intersection of ‘Type’, ‘TV Graphics’, and ‘Communist Iconography’ in the Venn diagram of my nerdiness. The typeface used on East German television has been given a cleanup and a digital release as FF VideturI Love Typography has the fascinating story.

  4. Look at the Akzidenz Grotesk goodness of Schiff nach Europa. Just look at it.
(via Fonts in Use)

    Look at the Akzidenz Grotesk goodness of Schiff nach Europa. Just look at it.

    (via Fonts in Use)

  5. I’ve always loved the type on National Geographic's maps. Here's the story about how it came to be, along with this fabulous chart.
via Quipsologies

    I’ve always loved the type on National Geographic's maps. Here's the story about how it came to be, along with this fabulous chart.


    via Quipsologies

  6. Kendrick Kidd did some typically excellent ‘city seals’ for Texas Monthly’s Cities Issue. It’s the seemingly simple but incredibly detailed line work that gets me — check out the Dallas one and how the shaking hands intersect with the corners of the banknote. Mind blown.

    Kendrick Kidd did some typically excellent ‘city seals’ for Texas Monthly’s Cities Issue. It’s the seemingly simple but incredibly detailed line work that gets me — check out the Dallas one and how the shaking hands intersect with the corners of the banknote. Mind blown.

  7. I remember seeing some scans of this on Flickr a while back, but I don’t believe it was the whole thing. Here’s Vignelli and Noorda’s New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual in all its zoomable droolworthy glory. 

    I remember seeing some scans of this on Flickr a while back, but I don’t believe it was the whole thing. Here’s Vignelli and Noorda’s New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual in all its zoomable droolworthy glory. 

  8. I have to get on this straight away!

    I have to get on this straight away!

  9. Move Underline for Great Justice: Removing Hover Behaviour from Pseudoelements in CSS →

    Here’s a handy tip I discovered while trying to wrangle a menu for a project at work. It was also a convenient excuse to use Markdown to write a Gist, which I then published using bl.ocks.org. Trifecta!

  10. I don’t care that I don’t have wall space for this; I’m going to make some. 

    I don’t care that I don’t have wall space for this; I’m going to make some.