Aligning radio buttons, checkboxes and labels on web forms isn’t as simple as floating an element to the left. There are a few approaches out there that solve this alignment issue, but if the label string is longer than a single line of text you get some funky results.
Here is an excellent resource I came across when looking to generate a loading GIF. This is ideal for improving User Experience as it suggests to the user that data is being processed or at the very least that something is happening. This is much better than providing no indication of progress and keeping the user guessing. Enjoy!
Yet another fantastic UX article from Nielsen Norman Group outlining the value of the shopping cart acting as a vessel for decision making. This is definitely how I shop online and I appreciate the sites that permit me to save items I’m considering so that I can view them all and make my final purchase decision.
Great round up and coding examples of some basic CSS animations.
Input a background color and a text color, and the tool will output the contrast ratio