About This Site
The design of this site is based on my friend's aging website from the early 21st century. Her site has a fixed width layout made with tables and no style sheets.
In both designs the header has four square images, a logo and some descriptive information.
My version has a fluid, centered layout, with a few responsive (adaptive?) elements and no tables. The 75px x 75px images disappear at narrower viewports.
The content of the site focuses on web colors as colored light. I am especially interested in smooth traverse of the color space, with the intensity or value held constant.
image, visible only at viewports wider than 770 px, from WikiMedia
Commons is a
photograph of a book illustration of an
Inuit village, Oopungnewing, near Frobisher Bay on Baffin Island
in the mid-19th century. All other photos and illustrations
by the author.