CSS preprocessors are probably one of the most useful things we have right now in front-end tooling. Whether you pick Sass, LESS or any other preprocessor, they’re great because they add so many features CSS never had. But I’m not trying to convince you use preprocessors, I assume you already do.
Instead, what we’re going to do is explore some different architectures you can use with your chosen preprocessor to help you find the one that suits you best. Even though the files are all listed as Sass files (i.e. scss), all the architectures can easily be adopted regardless of your preprocessor of choice.
Via Miriam Stenson