Here’s a look at a few things the Lemonheads shared in the internal #inspiration chat in Slack last month. Enjoy!


Screen Shot 2015-10-02 at 10.15.06 AMElastic Progress Tutorial

This elastic SVG progress loader is based on the Dribbble shot “Download” by xjw and implemented with SVG and TweenMax. The article looks at some aspects of what is needed to make an animation like this, some techniques, and some challenges, and the code to play around with.



Screen Shot 2015-10-02 at 10.08.07 AMTuff Shed Family Vacation Illustration

Loving this dribbble shot of outdoor illustration work for Colorado-based Tuff Shed by designer Brian Edward Miller. The lighting! The details! Swoon. See all the beautiful illustrations here.

Screen Shot 2015-10-02 at 10.10.51 AMIllustrating Mario Infographic

Because Mario is awesome.




Screen Shot 2015-10-02 at 9.03.44 AMNephtali – A short animated film by Glen Keane

A look into the makings of this short film, “Nephtali”, in which Glen Keane using both film and drawing in order to depict the journey of a ballerina that is drawn towards a higher power. Disney fans, you’ll dig it.


Screen Shot 2015-10-02 at 8.56.50 AMThe History of Animation

A beautiful interactive and immersive site the dives into the history of animation in with fun scroll animations, timelines, video clips, etc. Though it loads a bit slow for our liking at times, this is a great learning tool.



Screen Shot 2015-10-02 at 9.10.36 AM23 Incredibly Helpful Charts For New Parents

We have a few new parents as well as parents-to-be at Lemonly, so it’s only appropriate to share a few tips and tricks with each other. We’re digging all of the great info in this post (though we think some of the graphics could use a little Lemonly love). 😉


Screen Shot 2015-10-02 at 9.24.18 AMFonts in Use

While this isn’t new, we thought this golden oldie is worth a look from time to time. If you haven’t seen this before, Fonts in Use is a searchable archive of typographic design, indexed by typeface, format, and industry. Super helpful and fun to see where different typefaces are used across the web.