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Foundation 6: Leaner, Meaner and Cleaner Sass

Geoff wrote this on September 22, 2015 in . Add a comment

Sass in Foundation Illustration

We've been using Sass here at ZURB for many years. In fact, Foundation has had Sass integration since version 2.1, all the way back in 2011! Preprocessors have changed quite a bit since then, but one thing has always stayed constant: they make writing CSS fast and ...
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Stop the Pain of Vanilla CSS and Get Relief by Adding Toppings with Sass

Chris wrote this on July 20, 2012 in . It has 8 comments.

About a year ago, I gave the first inkling of wanting to use Sass for a client project. I'd been messing around with it for awhile and it made me feel nice and sassy inside so I wanted to keep seeing what it had to offer. Eventually, I saw the potential power that it...
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Foundation 2.1 Released with a 4-Column Phone Grid, Sass plugin and more!

Jonathan wrote this on November 18, 2011 in . Add a comment

We're excited to announce that we've just pushed Foundation 2.1 to the main Foundation site, available for download or for checking out from Github. We've been working on this release for a couple weeks, incorporating changes based on all kinds of feedback, issue and bug...
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Happy Birthday Foundation: Five Years of Firsts

Danny wrote this on October 14, 2016 in .

Today Foundation turns five years old. What started out as an internal styleguide so our team could build websites faster and easier has transformed into powerful front-end framework that thousands of brands and millions of people use every day. But how did this happen?...
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Foundation for Emails 2.2: What a (Ruby) Gem!

Rafi wrote this on June 30, 2016 in . Add a comment

Video explaining 2.2 release

Update: We released 2.2.1 shortly after this release to add in more Ruby scaffolding

We're stoked to announce that Foundation for Emails 2.2 - codename Bismarck, has been released into the wild! There's so much about this release to highlight so we'll focus on the biggest...
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Foundation for Emails 2 is Here!

Geoff wrote this on March 23, 2016 in . Add a comment

It's time. Foundation for Emails 2, the successor to Ink, has landed ashore! When Ink first launched in 2013, it made HTML email development suck less by giving developers a full responsive grid and set of components that worked right in any email client - even Outlook. Ink was...
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Foundation for Emails 2 - Making HTML emails suck less, again.

Brandon wrote this on December 10, 2015 in . Add a comment

Foundation for Emails 2 Illustration

Foundation for Sites 6 released a couple weeks ago and it's been a blast seeing the excitement from the Foundation community. That excitement came in the form of tweets, comments, articles, issues and our favorite way, PRs. We're ready for even more excitement because in...
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Foundation 6 Is Here!

Brandon wrote this on November 19, 2015 in . Add a comment

Foundation 6 Illustration

The yeti has landed. Foundation 6 is finally here! It's been a long but incredibly rewarding journey, and we're absolutely thrilled to share with you the best version of Foundation yet. Faster, lighter, more versatile, more flexible and more powerful than ever before to get your projects...
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48 Hour Countdown to Foundation 6

Brandon wrote this on November 17, 2015 in . Add a comment

Over the last year and half, we've reached out to the millions of developers and designers using Foundation, and the result has been nothing less than spectacular. It began with our ZURB World Tour that had members of the team traveling to London, Hong Kong, Toronto, Sydney and...
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A Look Under the Hood of Foundation 6

Rafi wrote this on October 26, 2015 in . Add a comment

The Foundation for Sites 6 private release is in full swing, and we're already getting tons of great feedback from the community. We're focused on building a framework that will get you from prototype to production faster and more efficiently than ever before. You may have...
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Introducing the New Motion UI

Geoff wrote this on October 08, 2015 in , , .

In preparation for the upcoming release of Foundation for Sites 6, today we're open-sourcing Motion UI, a Sass library for creating custom CSS transitions and animations. Originally bundled with Foundation for Apps, this updated version includes more robust transition options, an...
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Make a Flipbook with Pure CSS

Danny wrote this on October 02, 2015 in , . Add a comment

Just admit it, we've all done it. As designers working on responsive websites, we all grab the edge of our browser window and shrink it down to see how designs change and collapse. We thought it would be cool to add a bit of whimsy to this common interaction, or at least a little...
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Foundation 6, Prototype to Production

Brandon wrote this on September 03, 2015 in . Add a comment

Over the last year we've been re-creating, re-coding and re-thinking the Foundation Framework. A new Foundation is fast approaching and it's going to be a whole lot more than just a visual iteration, code restructure or a simple change in version number.

Since ZURB uses...
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Frameworks Built the Responsive Web

Brandon wrote this on April 02, 2015 in . It has 3 comments.

The ubiquity of responsive design has a direct correlation with the rise of frameworks. Frameworks made responsive design easier to grasp and get started with by producing simple patterns users could follow. Lowering the bar of complexity was necessary to allow engineers and...
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5 Ways the Foundation Community
is Crushing It

Rafi wrote this on October 23, 2014 in . It has 1 comment.

Illustration of the Foundation Yeti with lots of support

Foundation recently turned three years old. It is hard to believe how much it's changed especially considering it was the first responsive design framework first built in Sass and modular mixin partials, and the first to take a mobile-first approach. The code has changed...
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Foundation for Apps: Motion UI is the New Flat

Brandon wrote this on September 03, 2014 in . It has 27 comments.

animated illustration depicting Foundation for Apps' new grid. It has significant 'oooooh' factor.

Wow! We're both humbled and awed by the excitement behind Foundation for Apps ' hundreds of thousands of people reading, sharing and reaching out to us about it! The response has amped us up, and we're continuing to push forward.

As we've mentioned before, Foundation for...
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Foundation: A New Grid

Brandon wrote this on July 31, 2014 in . It has 43 comments.

We've talked a lot about the Foundation's future over the last month or so. Recently, we announced a new Foundation — one just for web apps — and the start of a framework family.

Foundation 5 is now "Foundation for Sites." Ink is becoming "Foundation for Emails." And Foundation for Apps will...
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Responsive Ads, Make More Money in More Places

Geoff wrote this on July 08, 2014 in . It has 14 comments.

Hey Mad Men, advertising on the web hasn't totally kept up with the web's shift to responsive design. A campaign may include a handful of ads that work on set screen sizes (phone, tablet, desktop), but they aren't truly fluid and responsive. Additionally, if a designer...
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Start Faster, Go Faster With Foundation 5.2

Jonathan wrote this on March 05, 2014 in . It has 20 comments.

We've been working on Foundation for a while now, and in that time we've gone through a lot of iterations. In fact making Foundation better and better is one of our favorite things to do here at ZURB, and Foundation 5.2, released today, is no exception.

With 5.2 we've...
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Responsive Pie Charts, Bar Charts and Line Graphs: Pizza Amore is Here!

Brandon wrote this on February 26, 2014 in . It has 7 comments.

pizza amore

The overwhelming response to Pizza, our responsive pie charts, had us thinking that we could deliver up more than a slice of pie. So we went back into the kitchen and expanded our menu. Today, we're pleased to introduce our brand-new responsive charts and graphs, which...
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