The type of information we experience online is rapidly developing to provide us with more opportunities to view data of varying nature. But while the content has been expanding, the way we access and navigate it has stayed the same for the past 20 years.
The web browsers that render pages for users have been built to progress in the area of quickly delivering and displaying information. With that as the goal, the way users move from page to page and the way they experience the space between hyperlinks, has been an area of little definition and interest.
To explore an alternative way of experiencing the structure of the internet, I will build an alternative browser, one that looks past current standards of the internet and does not emphasize the speed of information, but rather focuses on browsing as a visual narrative.