This website is entirely static: it works only with HTML and CSS, and does not use any dynamic language. Particular attention is paid to typography and to vertical rhythm.

The pages are produced with the static website generator Jekyll.

Each page header is illustrated with a part from the “Turgot” map of Paris, created in the 18th century by Louis Bretez.


The source code is freely available on GitHub. The design isn’t reusable; however, other content and codes presented on this website published under the MIT license.


Please feel free to open an issue or to push a commit.

Published on the 24th August 2014 by Sylvain Durand.