YesYesNo (Stefan Wetterstrand)
Q: Why do you have a Brutalist Website?
A: In a world that is getting more and more easy to predict; where giant colorful rounded vomit called buttons are displayed, where big hypocrite pictures are displayed in full screen to sell a lifestyle noone ever lived of will live, where text are center alingned until your eyes bleed in a thinner font weight then a pair of tanga string. In such a superficial w3 world, there is a urge for creations with a pinch of irony mixed with a massive idea executed in look where there is less questions and less demands. People can only do one thing, and one thing only. A small design for a man, but a giant creation for Mankind.
Q: Who designed the website?
A: The world! The design created itself throughout a longer time period. Seeing the world going down throughout war and elections. A need of a design that is not outputting hate, but rather a design that guide you through life’s dilemmas of all sizes… A design made while looking at a sad world -> in need of a happier future. But to have someone to blame, to throw hate or love upon—Steppot(http://steppot.com/) is the one to blame.
Q: Who coded the website?
A: The coding process was a struggle and elaboration between Devsinger Steppot(http://steppot.com/) and the Script Kiddy s5n(https://ikdfr.com/).
Q: With what kind of editor?
A: Textwrangler, Textedit, Netbeans, Atom, Sublime Text 2 and Microsoft Powerpoint.