Q: Why do you have a Brutalist Website?
A: My brutalism is a form of adversarial or uncooperative design: the internet suffers from an excess of orderliness, a streamlining that dictates visual and structural forms too much for my taste. I wanted a website whose architecture was more like the "labyrinth of experience" than the "pyramid of concept." I like thinking of website architecture as deeply linked with brick-and-mortar architecture— like you guys, clearly. I'm also a sloppy person, who thrives in clutter; my site looks like my living quarters.
Q: Who designed the website?
A: I designed it.
Q: Who coded the website?
A: I coded it.
Q: With what kind of editor?
A: Primarily using HTML/CSS, I would often incorporate accidents— not closing tags, typos in code, using random colors or numbers, etc— as well as janky embeds to lend it an erratic MegaUpload or Russian mirror site aesthetic. Even the goofy domain name was borrowed— the lapsed registration of a youth ministry organization that I happened to see on a marquee.