For example icons, the essential and vital elements of any interface. Its implementation has undergone drastic changes, from generic raster graphics to responsive SVG and code-based variants. With little efforts and skills, you can create or, to be more precise, develop icons from scratch and even assign to them some motion or behavior. They are lightweight, quick, and even smart and adaptive. Of course, CSS3 is not omnipotent, and there are no universal solutions and techniques. It is well-suited for reproducing clean, crisp, subtle, apparent and not complex graphics though there is always room for exceptions.
Today we have prepared a small collection of CSS-powered icons, the code snippets of which are excellent examples and visual aids of the enormous potential hidden in CSS3.
Nataly is an internet entrepreneur and an amateur web designer and developer from Sevastopol, Ukraine. She is running a blog for web designers and developers where you can find some inspirational and useful stuff. In her spare time she reads books, unveils the secrets of the world and plays volleyball. Visit her blog or follow her on twitter