5 CSS tricks to take your website to the next level
CSS framework like Bootstrap, HTML5 Boilerplate and Foundation tremendously improves the workflow of front-end developers. A responsive website mock up could be done in hours and even minutes. However the disadvantage is that unless you do some customisation and integrate some CSS tricks, your website will look similar to other websites that are using the same framework.
The developers that I meet are usually back end developers. And sometimes when back end developers have to develop the front end user facing interface, the results are not always optimal. Admittedly, front end development is much simpler than back end development but there are certain user-centric thought processes that could be overlooked. For instance, when designing and developing a user interface, the developers need to think about the target audience, style preferences, usabilities and user behaviors.
User-centric design is a discipline by itself.
Websites are becoming more interactive, attractive and innovative. A look at Awwwards features an array of fanciful, though not always user-centric, website design.
5. Page transitions
3. Page loading animation
2. Stylish Hover effects
1. Transitions on scroll
That’s it, my website uses clipping, page loading animation and transitions on scroll. What are some of your CSS tricks that you like? Share with me below.