A colophon is a page at the back of a book, originating from the Greek word for “summit”. The purpose of a colophon is to give the reader information about the book’s authorship and construction methods. It is the final touch put on the work.
This site was designed and developed using
JAM stack principles, the React library with Next.js and served on GitHub Pages.
It is currently displayed on operating system in browser using rendering engine with a screen size of × and document size of × (if your browser is being honest).
User Comparison Operating System
The Android operating system is the current usage leader, followed closely by Windows and the combined iOS/OSX operating systems.
You Android 40.20% Windows 32.76% iOS 15.91% OS X 7.21% Unknown 1.93% Linux 0.89% Other 1.10% Browser
Chrome maintains the vast majority of the browser market worldwide, while use of Internet Explorer has dropped to less that 1%.
You Chrome 64.75% Safari 18.40% Firefox 3.71% Samsung Internet 3.30% Edge 3.14% Opera 2.16% Other 4.54% Screen Resolution
Screen resolution is highly fractured, underscoring the importance of using proper responsive techniques.
You 1920×1080 8.78% 1366×768 8.54% 360×640 7.14% 414×896 4.25% 1536×864 3.80% 375×667 3.53% Other 63.96% Devices
Globally, mobile devices are increasingly important while the use of game consoles for Internet access languishes.
You Mobile 53.74% Desktop 43.44% Tablet 2.75% Console 0.07% Other 0.00%
Statcounter Worldwide statistics (Aug 2020). Navigation Icon
The main navigation icon is a ship’s wheel in homage to Netscape Navigator, the inherent nautical theme of the World Wide Web, and because I hate the hamburger.
The site logo is a minimalist design by N.E.Lilly based on the coat of arms of Thomas Lilly of Bromsgrove (1502 - 1572), as described in Burke’s General Armory.
3 white lilies on a field of red, with a swan crest.
This site is not copy protected. Last modified on July 28, 2022.