Nobody produces something like this without a lot of inspiration and guidance from those who have already done this before. Here, I try to give credit where it is due, and slowly begin to document how I made everything, for those who eventually want to do what I did.

This website is written in R Markdown, built with Hugo, pushed to Github, and hosted by Netlify.

The inspiration for making individual course websites, along with the basic structure, comes from the incomparable Andrew Heiss. See his website for examples, as well as a number of helpful tutorials. Sadly, I had to figure out how these websites work on my own, and attempted to document my process in the README of this repository for those interested. One day I may make a guide.

The course hex sticker I made via hexSticker, and keep all of my course hex stickers in this repository. This particular one uses images from The Noun Project, and I produced it in the free online version of Gravit designer before running the hex sticker code.