Codedoodl.es is a platform for showcasing small creative coding experiments which demonstrate how visual programming, playful and engaging interactivity, and generative algorithms can be explored through a web browser.
Inspired by “new-tab” browser extensions such as Earth View from Google Earth and Momentum, the original concept was to display a new code sketch every time a new tab was opened. This idea grew to include a standalone site to showcase small, creative coding experiments.
You can find out more on this Medium post introducing the site.
In the days following the launch, codedoodl.es received an overwhelming response online - being featured on publications, news sites and blogs including Creative Applications Network, Fast.Co Design, The Next Web, It’s Nice That, Visuelle, Codrops and Siteinspire, as well as garnering hundreds of responses on social media and making the front page of reddit. All in all, the site received around 1.2 million page views in the first week.