I compiled a bunch of data from companies by manually going through their websites and gathering the key/values that they associate with.
- This is the data (though it has some data parsing JS written below it).
The current iteration of the project: this link
And, it’s so incredibly rough that I have not yet deployed it. Basically, all it does right now is count specific words within the data with an attempt to find patterns.
Logo… maybe just steal this:
So that’ll be in the color palette:
rgb(81, 191, 169)
- Greenish color palette I suppose
Colors picked these… css variables:
- —textColor: #302D30; /_ Change this as you go along, they gave black initially _/
- —primary: #55AAAA;
- —light: #80FF80;
- —light-primary: #4DCCB3;
- —dark-primary: #008080;
Top will be a super simple nav thing with several links
- Table link
- Charts link
- Github link
I should replace the bar chart with a bubble chart.
Pie chart for basically the same data in the bubble chart. Or polar chart
Both should be toggle-able. Show whichever is more interesting first
The charts I’ll have will be Keys and values separate. Keys and values combined. So there will be a total of 6 tables
- 3 pie charts, 3 bubble charts
I’ll just write this with pure CSS/HTML.
This can be toggle-able as well. The same idea as the charts, same data.
There should be search capabilities, lazy loading, and other performance optimisations.