In Alejandro Sánchez Blanes own words "CSSmatic is a new, simple and intuitive way of editing and tunning CSS properties. We are designers and we wanted a new tool to save ourselves some tedious and repetitive work. This project builds on the shoulders of giants, and we decided to make it free as a gift to our designers community, from which we learn so much."
Pure is a set of CSS modules by Yahoo that you can use as a basis in every web project. It makes CSS development easier and the whole framework looks really clean and professional. If you haven’t already, give it a try!
CSS only responsive navigation
Responsive layouts are very popular on the web right now, and this is definitely a good thing in my opinion. Here is a downloadable and reusable responsive navigation menu, made in CSS only.
It’s very hard to keep your CSS files clean and compact when coding for a big project. Don’t worry though, CSS Trashman is here to help. This useful online tool examines your site, compacts styles and finally let you download a super clean version of your site CSS file so you can safely delete them.
Instead of loading dozens of images, it is way better to load one big image and use the technique called CSS sprites. Glue is a simple command line tool to transform a set of images into a single file so you can easily use CSS sprites on your website. Super useful.
Topcoat is a very neat and clean library of CSS classes specialized in form elements: buttons, checkboxes, sliders, etc. A super easy way to make your website or app look good in minutes.
Fitgrd is a solid foundation to build up your own responsive website. Everything but the grid is up to you and gives you the ability to save a lot of dispensable code.
Normalize.css is a HTML5-ready alternative to CSS resets. It makes browsers render all elements more consistently and in line with modern standards. It is used by many popular sites such as Twitter Bootstrap, Soundcloud, TweetDeck, and more.
Bear CSS is a beautiful website, but also a super useful tool. Simply create a HTML document and upload it. Bear CSS will automatically generate a downloadable CSS file based on the HTML elements used. A great time-saver!