Exciting and Interactive Card UX with some HTML, CSS and jQuery. It will improve significantly the user experience as it offers a simple and interactive way to fill in your card details.
Throw your letters is a lovely JS & CSS experiment that will transform an ordinary input field to an entertaining one. The idea is when you type in the input field, the same letters that you typed in start to jump and dance around the screen.
A quick, simple and beautiful solution for a full screen material design search input, triggered by a floating action button.
A very tiny and simple jQuery plugin which will allow you to add animated UI gradients on you website.
Simple and creative CSS underline hover examples for better links and titles in web pages.
A simple login form that follows Google’s material design guidelines to provide better user experience and user feedback.
The books are focused on practicality by presenting real life examples rather than pure theory. The author, Aravind Shenoy, believes that best way of learning is by trying and doing. If you are a beginner in web design and coding, you will find these ebooks very helpful.
In this post you will see some ideas about how to use CSS text-shadow property creatively and add some great text effect to your web projects. Feel free to use and fork.