Join us on Tuesday, April 24th at 10am (pacific)
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In this this community livestream we’ll build a brutalist page — a raw, freestyle, decorative site designed with little concern for usability or elegance. Brutalism is seen by some as a reaction of a younger generation to the lightness, optimism, and frivolity of today’s web design.
We’ll focus on element structure and CSS styling, and make everything come to life with Webflow Interactions 2.0.
Not sure if this question would be answered in the stream but I can’t seem to find the answer anywhere. Do most brutalist websites completely disregard ADA and Section 508 compliance? And has anyone with a brutalist website ever run into legal troubles because of this? I am not in a situation like that I am just wondering because they are conflicting design aspects.
clone today’s project here:
I think I have made a bit of a mistake, is it correct that if I don’t actually sign up for the Crowdcast streams one by one, then they will not appear in your dashboard after the stream? I didn’t sign up for #5 (busy) and now I cannot find it in my dashboard, I assumed it would automatically appear in the same way as being subscribed to Webflow on YouTube?
Scratch that Nelson, I see I needed to follow Webflow on Crowdcast!!!