this page was created using a tool called domino. it is a spatial arrangement of cards that together might form an essay or a mind map or a collage or something else entirely.
click and drag to navigate the board. double click a card to jump to it. some cards have emoji icons along the bottom that perform various actions when clicked.
this page is also a working copy of domino. toggle into unlocked mode with the 🔓 icon on the toolbar, and made your own changes.
|arrows||move between cards|
|QWEASD||move between cards|
|alt+s||speak selected card|
|alt+e||edit selected card|
|ctrl+drag||make copy of card|
domino is a tool for collaging fragmented thoughts into a larger idea. it's essentially a tool for making a particular kind of mindmap and sharing it as a page on your website or itch.io.
you can find out more about domino on the release page. the source code for original releases can be found on github.
i'm mark wonnacott a.k.a candle and i created domino as a response to my frustration trying to express myself in Emilie Reed's writing jams.
Em Reed for Manifesto Jam and Speculation Jam which have deeply inspired me and also motivated the creation of this tool. also for certain flippant comments that pushed me into developing web based tools.
Max for image to bitsy whose source code was a valuable reference for developing web tools. also for feedback and bug reports.
sg for môsi whose source code was a valuable reference for developing web tools. also for feedback and bug reports.
Kris De Decker for LOW←TECH MAGAZINE which continues to inspire me to think about how computing and software can and must change in the future. also the aesthetic inspiration for the default style in domino.
Chris Klimas for Twine whose card based layout and ecosystem of user customisation is an inspiration to domino.
Bernardo Castilho created DragDropTouch which domino uses to make card dragging work correctly in mobile browsers.
Eli Grey created FileSaver.js which domino uses to launch the save dialogue when exporting.
Cyreal created Lora which is the font domino uses.