Amirouche Boubekki <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: | Yes, we could start by just sketching the sitemap or navigation elements. | | What kind of website is it? We should certainly draw inspiration from sites like <https://lisp-lang.org>. Although it has limited content, the graphic design is easy to read and professional looking. Good graphic design makes a huge difference in first impressions, and first impressions are super important on the web, where readers may bounce away from a site in just a few seconds if it looks amateurish, incomplete, out-of-date, or otherwise doesn't draw them in. Another thing we should keep in mind is making sure that the site is easy to read on smart phones. Not only do more and more people use phones as their primary means of reading the web, but Google gives a Page Rank boost to sites that work well on mobile. | - Also the websites / documentations are supported by a (home made) search index. Yes, this can make a big difference. I like all the ideas you presented, but I want to mention that many web sites like this start with a lot of energy and then die from lack of attention. It's important to choose a few things that we can do well for a long time. Other things can be added, too, but the site has to provide some core, lasting value that we can sustainably maintain. | I like ambitious projects. Thought there is a great change also that we | get lost with fatigue and burn out... just saying. Yes, exactly.