Samples of UI Pattern studies from the UXPin eBook. Good stuff in here. The Web UI Patterns 2014 eBook from UXPin looks at examples from today’s most forward-thinking companies such as Pinterest, Yelp, Twitter, Spotify, Virgin America, Behance, AirBnB and more to match UI patterns to user needs.

Medium is an amazing blogging platform with beautiful editor. We’ve featured the medium editor in this drop. As the user scrolls over content, they can easily declare headings, edit the style of paragraph text and everything in between.

:enabled and :disabled are pseudo classes that allow the styling of different states of form inputs, ones that are clickable or can have text entered into them (enabled) or those that can’t (disabled).

ric Dodds, Partner and Head of Brand and Operations at The Iron Yard, shared with us the path that The Iron Yard took to be where they are today, and why code education is taking off in the Southeast and beyond.

Different types of elements have different display values by default. These include inline, block, list-item, table and many more.

The web would be a pretty dull place without a splash of colour. There are a number of different properties that take a colour value and there are four different colour syntaxes in CSS and that’s what we’ll be focusing on in this video. Those formats are colour keywords, hex, RGB and HSL

An elegant jQuery-powered animated slideout menu. We were inspired by the simple effect found at Outdated Browser and extended the menu to also work in a variety of places. Try it as a top menu, as well as a right-side menu.