It is that time of year when I grow tired of the design of my site, and decide to rewrite the theme.
Partly because I am not yet skilled enough to write truly clean Sass code, but mainly because Bourbon, and Neat, is agnostic to my use case. Which is usually a good thing, but in my case I just need a simple CSS framework tailored for my specific use case, which is pages with content and blog posts.
Luckily, I found m.css which describes itself as follows:
Armed with that, I managed to get rid of 95 % of my Sass code, simply because it works beautifully out of the box.
It features a grid, inspired by Bootstrap, sensible typography, buttons, and has a few tricks up the sleeve, like extra support for articles/landing pages and other things that people who write content oriented websites would want.
It does not feature anything else, though, so it is very, very lean.
All in all, a joy to work with! And I highly recommend that you give it a try if you have a site that needs a facelift, and/or have grown tired of increasingly complex CSS frameworks that comes packed with features that you don't need.
Don't get me wrong: Bourbon and Neat is still an excellent choice if you know exactly what you want and how to get it and have needs that goes beyond a simple, yet effective, content oriented site.
But, do check out m.css - it's great!
Also, it does feature a light theme, if you're not into the dark side of things.