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Flat Surface Shader
Admit it, 3D is cool. But, you know what’s cooler…? 2D.
I love WebGL, but unfortunately it doesn’t work everywhere.
This lighting simulation can be configured to use either the 2D context of a canvas element or an array of SVG polygons to draw the triangles. It also utilises native Float32Arrays to store numerical data for highly optimised calculations.
This is a collaborative effort between
Matthew Wagerfield and Tobias van Schneider – a couple of pandas trying to make the web a more magical place.
Check My Colours is a free-to-use web application for analyzing the color contrasts used on a web page.
It is a tool for checking foreground and background color combinations of all DOM elements and determining if they provide sufficient contrast when viewed by someone having color deficits.
All the tests are based on the algorithms suggested by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Once a URL is submitted, it lists all the elements + their contrast levels and marks any problematic elements. Also, it allows us to play with their colors online to find the right color.
P.S. The tests ran are based on the algorithms suggested by W3C
Bajo el lema “Where the nature rules” Donde reina la naturaleza, la península noruega de Nordkyn, el punto geográfico más al norte de Europa, ha creado una identidad visual corporativa que varía en forma y color, según los datos de temperatura y dirección del viento registrados en la región.
“Today I wanna share a review about an app I tried a couple days ago and I truly enjoyed it. It’s the Gradient App from Jumpzero, the app is the opportunity to create gradients for web browsers. It’s a really good app for the web designers and also for designers that wants a useful colour app at hand.”
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