Places I like around the web
A cool directory of handmade websites
Sara Soueidan exposes the process of the rebuilding of her website in public.
Antoine Fauchié’s web and thesis notebook.
“Luuse asbl aims at developing alternative methods of editing and publishing.” Beautiful designs with clever ideas.
Robin Rendle’s website
An artist working with lots of my favourite things : radio-telescopes, computers, data visualization, embroidery and knitting (among many others)…
Sarah Garcin designs, develops, cooks, broadcasts on radio and draws, and her work is amazing. Creator of Avoid Software
Web fanzine about making scripts and tools to avoid using softwares.
A site full of fun stuff
A database of cretan hieroglyphs, very well designed, with pictures and transcripts. Stolen from soweli
Design Regression is a journalette publishing texts that are about design for reading and reading-related research.
Personal website of Simone and beautiful retro computer design.
PrePostPrint highlights experimental publications made with free software.
A very helpful article about a way to connect Airtable to Jekyll & Netlify.
Not really a place, but a really great game I enjoyed spending a few hours of my week-end with.
Thomasorus writes, and writes very well, about a great range of topics about web development, freelancing and ways to handle life.
A beautifully crafted website and a very profuse personal garden.
Melanie Richards’ personal projects are poetic and beautifully designed gems that always bring me comfort and joy.
Apart from its beautiful design, Luke Mitchell’s website displays a very rich list of bookmarks and resources.
Like many, I’ve been addicted to Cookie Clicker, but Orteil’s other projects (like Nested) are also always fun, clever and a great source of inspiration.
Louis-Olivier Brassard’s notes, often browsed with Quentin while building Internet Exploreur.