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Poor Man’s Styleguide: A pragmatic frontend styleguide

The Poor Man's Styleguide is a pragmatic frontend styleguide. It's quick-and-dirty, and designed to be copied and pasted into your CMS. Test CSS flexbox rules live lets you test CSS flexbox rules live. It's a great sandbox for figuring out how best to use flexbox.

14 Unique Fonts in TT Cottons from TYPETYPE - only $9!

Talk about your cozy deals! This Mighty Deal from TypeType features TT Cottons, a font family that's sure to give you the warm and fuzzies. Add a touch ...

React-theme: Simple inline style manager

React-theme is a simple inline style manager for organized and customizable CSS styles in React. It's similar to material-ui's ThemeManager, but more general.

Time Machine: Fix flaws in the design of CSS itself

Time Machine lets you fix mistakes in the design of CSS itself. It makes changes to alignment, background properties, corner radius, and more.

CSSketch: Add CSS support to Sketch 3

CSSketch adds CSS support to Sketch 3 to speed up your workflow. Just attach a stylesheet to your designs to quickly change colors and shadows, lay out your ...


DocumentCSS: Create live, interactive style guides

DocumentCSS lets you create live style guides with interactive examples. It changes as your design does, and uses a combination of custom tags and markdown to parse comments ...

Layers-CSS: An unobtrusive, style-agnostic framework

Layers-CSS is an unobtrusive, style-agnostic, lightweight framework. It has a small footprint and a minimum-interference collection of common-sense default styles.

Leaf: A framework based on Material Design

Leaf is a CSS framework based on Google's Material Design principles. It includes a bunch of common components, icons, grid, color palettes, and more.