I’ve created a nice animation of arrow consisting of a number of dots. I got the idea for this animation from this question. The component is scalable - all parameters are based on CSS custom properties.
Several years ago I wrote my first renderer of the Mandelbrot set. It was amazing. Infinite patterns, beautiful color schemes… I was impressed. Today I’ve found a number of images from that time and I want to share them here.
This is a nice 404 page with CSS animations. I created it for one of my answers on toster.ru. I was inspired by GIF animation from dribbble, but unfortunately I don’t remember the name of its author. This animation is pretty simple and lightweight - only four circles, twelve numbers and ‘Oops….’ message.
I’ve written an article on habrahabr.ru about one of my experiments. I created a website that can be viewed using a Google Cardboard (or similar devices). The experiment works only in desktop browsers due to bad support of detection of device orientation in mobile browsers for today, but it can be a starting point for the future experiments.
This is the amazing liquid spinner. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work in IE and Edge browsers because they don’t support SVG filters. This is a very interesting experiment that shows the real power of the SVG on the web.
I’ve created an HTML template for a simple personal website for a designer or developer with minimalistic, content-oriented design. This is the first public template created using Muilessium.
This is the test version of the starter kit for HTML templates. It includes Gulp and Webpack configuration files, Pug templates, PostCSS, ES6+, some polyfills, plugins and a number of utilities for the fast start.