It’s a new month, and that means it’s time for a new #CodePenChallenge!
Last week, we wrapped up a month of color palette challenges with purple! Check out the Pens from the challenge in our Perfect Purples Collection.
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Week One Prompt: Circles 🔵
Let’s bounce into this new challenge with circles! This week we want to see what you can create with the roundest of shapes.
Create a Pen that features circles in an interesting way.
How to Participate
Create a Pen and tag it
codepenchallenge and the weekly tag
cpc-circle. We’ll gather those Pens into a collection and share our favorites on Twitter and Instagram (Use the #CodePenChallenge tag on Twitter and Instagram as well).
- It’s a basic idea with almost unlimited potential: create a Pen with circles in it! They can be precise or abstract, animated or still, colorful or monochrome.
- Show us circles in the background. You could give us a beautiful bokeh or a pattern of interlocking rings.
- Are you in the center of the venn diagram of CodePen members who like to participate in challenges and like circles? Geek out with some data and create a Venn diagram.
- Here are some quick circle-building tips: You can make a circle with any HTML element by setting the `width` and `height` to be the same and using `border-radius: 50%`. Or, you can use SVG’s `<circle>` or `<ellipse>`.
- Building a background? Draw inspiration from Owlypixel’s “Bokeh Pattern”, or the delicate circle patterns of Subtle Patterns.
- Creating a diagram? Check out Adrian Roselli’s CSS Grid and Shape-Outside Venn Diagram or edanny’s rendition of magnt’s 404 Venn Diagram.