April 1st: Triangles, Tea, and TweenMax
Pure CSS Single Div Up House!
"Pure CSS + Single Div + Pixar = MAGIC". A playful take on the iconic Up house by Patricia Masigla.Sponsored:
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Spoids with Bob Main's "Petri Dish" + EvolveJS
#CodePenChallenge: Stellar Scientists
The CodePen community honored their favorite scientists in the final week of March's tributes challenge. Check out the collection of Pens from the challenge, including RebelJess' animated homage to Jane Goodall.Sponsored:
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Take a stroll through some stunningly realistic grass, created with Three.js by al-ro.
CodePen Radio #215: Podcasting 2
Our podcast engineer, Chris Enns, chats with Marie about what's changed in podcasting over the last year, how CodePen evalutes the success of their podcast, and offer up some podcast suggestions for listeners.
Alex Goff pays tribute to the late great Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity in this beautifully illustrated Pen.
SVG Flower Generator
An SVG garden grows in this Pen from Kevin Levron. Click the screen and a random flower will bloom where you planted it!
16bit Snake Game
"Everytime you fail it's faster." an addictive, and slightly maddening, rendition of the classic game Snake, from Betkowski.
SVG <pattern> jigsaw puzzle gallery experiment
"I was curious if I could create a jigsaw puzzle animation by placing the images in a SVG pattern and applying the pattern to a group of paths. This is the result. Also used the new advanced stagger from GreenSock's TweenMax." from Craig Roblewsky.
The Designer, The Coworker, and The Teacup
A story about how to effectively critique a design, told with a cup of tea by Brent Miller.
If planets were cubes, how do you think they would spin? Sébastien Menard shows us one possibility in this spacey Pen.
Conjoined Triangles of Success
Adam Romig brings the triangles of success from HBO's Silicon Valley to CodePen with a bit of clever CSS.