As a rule, interaction design should be something you look at for what it is in its own right, not what it is associated with.
This struck me as wonderful. Perhaps because of the collision of both sides of the brain, with structure and organization causing beautiful art.
The best ideas come as jokes. Make your thinking as funny as possible.
Rule #1: Color Variables are Great
One big advantage of using SCSS is that you can use variables to control all colors throughout the design. That way, you don’t have to search through 1000+ lines of SCSS to change a color later; you just change it in one place. That’s pretty much the motto of SCSS: “Change things in one place instead of all over the place.” You define them by writing:
$blue: #ff0000; // Yes, I just defined $blue as red.