Codevember: A thing I found

November 11, 2018
Frontend Tips and Tricks

I went to the art museum today and saw a great exhibit on design in midcentury America. I got a lot of inspiration from this and wanted to play with some patterns. So I’m gonna try to work at Codevember with this inspirational source.
From Codevember’s site: “Codevember is a challenge for developers to sharpen their creativity and improve their skills. The goal is to build a creative piece of code every day of November. We give you daily hints to inspire you but you can do unrelated sketches.”

So. Here goes.

Day 1: Infinity

See the Pen #codevember – 1 – infinity by Nate Northway (@the_Northway) on CodePen.

Day 2: Time

See the Pen #codevember – 2 – time by Nate Northway (@the_Northway) on CodePen.

Day 3: Carrot

See the Pen #codevember – 03 – Carrot by Nate Northway (@the_Northway) on CodePen.

Day 4: Sky

See the Pen #codevember – 04 – sky by Nate Northway (@the_Northway) on CodePen.

Day 5: Music

Not gonna lie, this one feels like a cheap cop-out.

See the Pen #codevember – 05 – music by Nate Northway (@the_Northway) on CodePen.

Day 6: Web

See the Pen #codevember – 06 – web by Nate Northway (@the_Northway) on CodePen.

Day 7: Sea

This pen is really resource intensive. Rather than load it here, I wanted to link it so as not to unexpectedly kill your browser. This uses 6 keyframes animations. Load at your own risk.

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