Hey guys, Marc here!
I wanted to personally welcome you all to the all-new Camp Mustelid website!! I hope you like it, this has been a labor of love and something that I've been planning for around 6 or 7 months now. I wanted this new website to suit a wider variety of functions, and offer a much more contemporary approach to Camp Mustelid. The old website was kind of my first crack at all this, and in a lot of ways it began to feel much more like a first-draft than a final product. The old website was also super limiting, which is something I've done my best to fix so that we can expand this new one into areas that previously weren't possible. I've got A LOT planned, and I'm excited to share the new Camp Mustelid with you!
While you're here, let me bring a few new features of the new website to your attention!:
The new look - I hope you like it! My biggest qualm with CM 1.0 was that it felt a little... TOO old-school. I had based it on actual websites for campgrounds that I was familiar with at the time. I felt very much that it was charming, but it got to the point where I couldn't really do anything too fancy with it. For CM 2.0 I focused more on art direction and function over realism and niche charm. The result is what you see before you! Fingers crossed that you think its nice!
The Handbook - Yay new page! The handbook is yet another labor of love. I wanted a place where I could introduce topics to consumers of CM content. I heard some feedback about my writing, occasionally people found themselves confused as to what certain things even were. A friend of mine expressed that they had no idea what a bird blind was, and even though I tried my best to illustrate them on the map pag