I’ve just put a new project live—inuit.css. inuit.css is a sensible, production-ready and actually useful CSS framework. It doesn’t do much styling, but does a lot of nifty, functional things that most people should find useful.
The framework aims to tackle real problems and remove the boring, repetitive jobs that development sometimes brings. Follow @inuitcss for update info and release news, as well as being able to suggest new features and report bugs.
Massive thanks to Bryan James for the amazing logo and illustration work. Follow him on Twitter—he’s one of the best designers I’ve ever met.
By Harry Roberts on Wednesday, April 20th, 2011 in Web Development, inuit.css. Tags: CSS | 9 Comments »
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Hi there, I am Harry Roberts. I am a 21 year old web developer from the UK. I Tweet and write about web standards, typography, best practices and everything in between. You should browse and search my archives and follow me on Twitter, 7,791 people do.
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