That's home to Patterning and now some other old "algorithmic design" and crazy art projects.
All of which are in the process of being refreshed.
August is Patterning-month, so the focus is there.
I finally sat down and played with devcards the other day, a wonderful innovation in ClojureScript world that let you write and test small fragments of UI code in self-contained "cards".
I've used this to redo the Patterning tutorials, so now you get can see tutorial pages like this, where the code is actually running live in the browser. (Note it might take a few seconds to render, even more on a cellphone.) But yeah, the whole library is running in the browser and generating those patterns live, thanks to ClojureScript.
As always, props to the awesome geniuses of the Clojure / ClojureScript world.
I'm back to work on the Patterning library. And, in particular, getting it working properly in the ClojureScript, in-browser version. I'm going to be using devcards, figwheel, spec and other good tools in the Clojure community.
I'll be revamping the site, posting new images here, and new versions of the code.