I hope you had fun folding---or at least trying to fold---a paper crane.
As I mentioned last week, it's a surprisingly calming activity, and I
recommend it if pixels (or any other things) are getting you down. You can
take a look at my first somewhat successful attempt [here]. (The
numeral "1" printed on its wing means that it's my first passable crane.)
That was a decently interesting excursion in meatspace, but now it's time
to return to a more familiar region. In fact, let's go all the way home
and talk about tilde.club.
I can only assume that if you're reading this, you've been to the
tilde.club website. It stands in striking contrast to the gelatinous
of the simplicity of the early Web. It's enough to bring a tear to my eye.
But perhaps you, like me, have noticed that the water in your eyes
actually has less to do with nostalgia and more to do with the...
"striking" appearance of the website. It is---and let's be fair about
this---a bit orange.
~club, by special and specific request of the administrators of this
here tilde.club server, your task this week is to redesign the website. At
least one user (~maz) has made a wonderful attempt which features 30%
less eye-searing orange, but don't let that stop you from using other
design features like "other colors" and "non-fixed width fonts".
I have reason to believe that particularly good designs will be considered
as potential replacements for the current one, so take that as motivation,
if you like. Just remember that whatever you design should contain the
same basic information as the current site. Other than that, it's up to