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Granim.js – Create fluid and interactive gradients animations with this small (< 10 kB) js library.



The Bellmaker is a library of device-agnostic and device-specific media queries that will complement your exisiting CSS.


9. September 2016

jQuery Stuck it to them :)

A responsive sticky element plugin, designed to be used with Foundation, Bootstrap or your own css solution.

jQuery Stuck



A seamless background pattern is a repeating graphic that can be used to fill a large area without any visible breaks or seams between the repetitions. This type of pattern is often used in web design, graphic design, and textile design to add visual interest and texture to a surface without overwhelming the other design elements. They can be created using various software and can be in various format such as jpeg, png, svg, gif etc.


Background patterns are used in various design fields as they can serve several purposes. Some of the reasons why they are used include:

  1. Adding visual interest: Background patterns can add texture, depth, and interest to a design, making it more engaging and attractive to viewers.
  2. Creating a sense of movement: Some background patterns are designed to create the illusion of movement, which can be used to draw the viewer’s eye or to convey a particular mood or message.
  3. Concealing imperfections: Background patterns can be used to cover up blemishes or other imperfections on a surface, such as a wall or a piece of fabric.
  4. Establishing a theme or style: Background patterns can be used to establish a particular theme or style, such as a vintage or a modern look.
  5. Enhancing branding: Background patterns can be used to enhance branding by incorporating a company’s colors, logo, or other visual elements into the design.

Overall, background patterns can be used as a design tool to add visual interest, create movement, conceal imperfections, establish a theme, and enhance branding.


There are several ways to create seamless patterns, including the following:

  1. Using a software: There are various software that can be used to create seamless patterns, such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and Procreate. These software have tools that allow you to easily repeat and align elements to create a seamless pattern.
  2. Using a grid: One way to create a seamless pattern is to start by drawing a grid on a piece of paper or using a digital software, then filling in each square with a different design element. Once the grid is complete, the design can be repeated to create a seamless pattern.
  3. Using a pattern brush: Some software like Illustrator have pattern brushes that can be used to create seamless patterns easily. This is a great method for creating patterns with repeating shapes.
  4. Using a filter: Some software like Photoshop have filter that can be used to create seamless patterns, such as the offset filter. This filter allows you to offset the image and fill in the gaps to create a seamless pattern.
  5. By hand: You can also create seamless patterns by hand, by sketching a pattern, then copying and pasting it to create a seamless pattern.

Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages and it’s best to try each method to find the one that works best for you. Once you have created your seamless pattern, you can save it and use it in various projects.

Looking for a background pattern or want to share a unique pattern of your own?

Look no more, Subtle Patterns is a quality resource for anyone searching for tilable textured patterns.

Subtl Patterns ( provided by Toptal®)


There are multiple solutions out there to create a nice particle network animation in Javascript.

Depending on the amount of particles interacting, they will all spin up your fan at some point ;) You can also use Three.js to create it, but that might be an overkill.

Here some  of the solutions:

  1. Particles.JS – Vincent Garreau / GitHub
  2. ParticlePayground – Jonathan Nicol / GitHub
  3. Particler  – Adam Bereziuk / GitHub
  4. Particle Network – Ken Ankomah / GitHub
  6. Particle Network Animations in JS – Alex Wendland
  7. Javascript Particles Animation – Roshin Jose
  8. Connected Particles – Mike Bostock
  9. Connected Particles – Jonathan
  10. Canvas Particle Animation – Julian Laval
  11. 3D Network Graph – Joe die Stefano


The Encom Globe is a WebGL-based clone of the globe from the boardroom scene in Tron: Legacy. Its written using Three.js, with parts implemented in GLSL.

Really amazing!

Encom Globe


Paper.js is an open source vector graphics scripting framework that runs on top of the HTML5 Canvas. It offers a clean Scene Graph / Document Object Model and a lot of powerful functionality to create and work with vector graphics and bezier curves, all neatly wrapped up in a well designed, consistent and clean programming interface.”



Kirby is a PHP file‑based CMS. It has a jQuery-Inspired API and Content can be created with any Markdown Editor.

Its all about simplifying things :)



  • Customizable
  • Retina ready
  • Scalable (SVG, EPS)
  • Stroke / Filled / Grey / Blue



Koala is a GUI application for Less, Sass, Compass and CoffeeScript compilation, to help web developers to use them more efficiently. Koala can run in windows, linux and mac.”

Koala / GitHub