The latest edition of my tramway map for Nice fixes capitalisation non-uniformity and the ecopark’s position, as well as improving colours:
The latest edition of my tramway map for Nice adds parks and gardens, a better designation for the airport, bold line numbers, and a few colour improvements:
I updated my Nice tramway map with a better design of the Terminal 2 terminus, more legible bus and train icons, and some other minor details:
I made a horrible mistake. There was a double pause in a place where there should have been one. I updated the file in my previous post.
The title of my first music piece means “first music piece” in Toki Pona.
This is the nicest map of the Nice tram network ever designed:
The map serves its goal of helping people get around Nice by tram. There is no distracting garbage.
Unlike the current official map, all tram stations are shown on mine:
The most complicated interchange, Grand Arénas, has become legible:
I encourage the city of Nice to adopt my map as the official one.
As the UK is about to leave the EU, I have updated my European diagram to reflect the new situation. I also added the Council of Europe for good measure.
Oh, and there’s a version in French as well:
The Pigna Library happens to host events. There is a dedicated events block to get the readers to know about them.
When it came time to expand the “add” page beyond books, Ilya and I decided to kill the interface altogether.
To add an event, the librarian just writes what the event is. The plus sign received a beautiful frame to be on par with its friends—books.
See also: The interface is evil
The time has come for my website’s code to be cleaned up. Before I refreshed it today, it was a rusty old attic with no sense of order at all. The only reasonable place to have this kind of code is a Halloween website party.
Its incomprehensibility obstructed me from improving my website. While there are no major changes in the design, there is now a starting point for going forward.
All colours are specified in RGB;
margins and paddings are in sync with each other as well as being noted correctly;
the amount of styles has been reduced;
code is now easier to read.