Websites that spark joy.A curated list of sites with an extra bit of fun.If you’re unsure how to pronounce “David Darnes”, his new website has you covered. Press the megaphone button for a wide range of great options. darn.es DavidDarnesJacob’s site offers a handy “craftsman’s tip” feature, as well as a peek behind the curtain that shows visitors the awesomeness of semantic HTML. jacobleech.com jacobleonleechAlina’s site is a literal mixtape (remember these?) floating in a starry void. sava.io AlinaCSavaScroll down the page to drive through a quiet street at night. pleaseleaveon.com pleaseleaveonHave a play, discover your science personality & find out about Edinburgh Science Festival’s learning, climate and community projects in this lovely interactive quiz. DNAtion.science EdSciFestNothing can prepare you for the awesomeness of the website of former Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi. It features dinosaurs, unicorns, mermaids, volcanoes and general pixel art galore. It sparks all the joy. Yamauchi No.10 Family OfficeCafe Robot describes itself as “the first non-awkward Computer Club”, and its website is anything but boring. cafe-robot.co madame_robotMy personal highlight on Will’s site is the conversation between these two fishes. Love, Intrigue, SVG Puns - it’s got it all. codersblock.com lonekoreanTyler’s personal website is inspired by cartoon art, and there’s lots of little details and animations to love. tylersticka.com tylerstickaLaura’s nautical-themed website features mermaids, sunken pirate treasures and all kinds of great sea creatures. lauracharvey.dev lauracharveyolder postsLoading...That's all of them - for now.Know a site that should be on this list?Submit it!