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Use Pure CSS for a Quickstart on Your Next Web Project

Posted on 6.05.2013

CSS is one of the core/key “languages” for the modern digital designer. Writing CSS however can be exceedingly time consuming which is why here at Website Magazine we like to ease the virtual burden from time to time and showcase interesting resources we find that can be used by designers to make development just a little bit easier.

One of our more recent finds is Pure, a set of small (5.7kb minified and gzipped), responsive CSS modules that can be used as the CSS foundation of your website. Pure, which is built on Normalize.css, provides both layout and styling for native HTML elements – as well as for some common UI components – including grids, forms, buttons, tables and menus.

Pure is extremely easy to customize and makes designing for the responsive Web a much easier process – pure and simple.

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