the primary visual identity of the project

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Forge A More Communal Internet

The ways that community is experienced online felt inadequate to one of my friends and me. We wanted to extend the experience of physically living in a community to the experience we had on the internet. We wanted to break the assumption that you are alone online when you are not on social media. Therefore, we decided that we wanted to make a browser extension for communities, aiming to make browsing more fun, exciting, and to create a stronger sense of communal presence online.

an example of a notification provided by the extension

For this project, I wrote roughly 40% of the code for the extension using JavaScript. I also created the visual identity of the project.

“Sometimes, when I’m filling out a shitty visa form, seeing others have been there is quite comforting, or when I’m reading an article, seeing that someone else read it recently is a great excuse to start a conversation. I think it brings a lot of the aspects of an offline community into your on- line experience, and that’s really nice.”

  • Alberto

an example poster from teh project.

edit dates: 02-05-2019

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