Hello! We're a team of developers and designers who flew in from around the world to work on the WorldWideWeb rebuild project from February 10 to February 16, 2019. That photo above is a shot of us standing just outside the basement server room for all data gathering, processing, and backup for experiments at CERN.
- John Allsop (Australia)
- Kimberly Blessing (USA)
- Mark Boulton (U.K.)
- Martin Chiteri (Canada / Kenya)
- Jeremy Keith (U.K. / Ireland)
- Craig Mod (Japan / USA)
- Angela Ricci (France / Brazil)
- Remy Sharp (U.K)
- Brian Suda (Iceland / USA)
Here's a video of us made by the American Mission in Geneva of our visit to the data center:
This site is a static site, compiled using Eleventy hosted by CERN.
The design is inspired by the pallet and simplicity of the original NeXT OS. We mainly use standard system sans-serif fonts (San Francisco on Macos, for example). Our font stack is:
BlinkMacSystemFont, -apple-system, 'Segoe UI', Roboto, Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;
But for our main header, we employ a special, retro-designed edition of Helvetica, as pulled from screenshots of the NeXT box.
The browser / server / libwww history chart was made using Figma.
The WorldWideWeb simulator