Adam Morse

Designer / SF


Trying to make the web as fast as possible, highly readable, 100% responsive, and easy to navigate.

I like building tools that help make designing in the browser a little easier.

Advocate for users and open-source.

Featured Work


A nicer color palette for the web. 389 bytes of css


Animated generative art. d3.js, soundcloud api


Various print work. photography, typography


Hi-def gifs for the super-bored. photography, animation

Open Source

cascading stylesheets

css stats

Parses css to build a rudimentary styleguide as well as give heuristic stats on your code-base and highlights areas that could benefit from abstractions.


Kill your layout bugs faster than ever. Over 8000 installs on chrome. 911 bytes


Extemely light-weight css module for constructing responsive buttons.
663 bytes


Tiny css module for a mobile-first responsive type scale.
683 bytes


A css shim to make html a bit more responsive out of the box.
247 bytes


Better default links for the web. Easy to customize and/or extend. 155 bytes


The fastest css framework in the world. 6.5kb

css uncut

Everything from the css spec broken up into single purpose classes.


Prototyping templates


Minimal template to design in the browser with html & sass.


Prototype setup to build light-weight, more performant websites.


Every html element from the spec - on one page. Useful as a base to starting a css framework from scratch.


Every html element from the spec - on one page. Useful as a base to starting a css framework from scratch.


up & in thirds
mrmrs beats


Mobile-first CSS What is mobile-first CSS?
Mobile-first CSS has pretty much nothing to do with mobile-first design or development practices. They can be related. But they don’t have to be.
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Good CSS After eight years of designing in the browser, this is a short list of things I believe to be true. Read more » What is CSS for? HTML is by default: responsive, vector, and highly readable on any device. Think about that for a second. Read more » Hack Design: Vim as a Design Tool For many designers, editing and writing text comprises a large chunk of our work. Between writing down ideas, editing code, and comprising a emails, text-editing can take up the majority of our day. With this in mind we'll explore how and why we could use Vim, a command-based text editor, to improve our design workflow. Read more »


Vim project setup
Editing svg with vim
Editing output from an external process in vim