Back in the old days of table based layouts and the blink tag, navigation was a lottery. Let's excape the constraints of common sense and best practice and test how far we can push our users to use unconventional navigation.
But remember - if you need to explain it to people, it's not finished yet.
Constraints is a project to help me explore the ways in which web designers get better at what they do.
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