That's very kind of you. I'm ok. I have a look at the site every so often but probably won't be editing much in the near future, I'm afraid. I hope to get back to it at some point though! I'm glad that you've made some new pages and that we've had some more contributions from other people too.
I'm looking at the front page. The d30 leaving is fine, that was more or less a placeholder for something of visual interest, and the d30 was a deliberately quirky choice. But I would like a little more visual interest, whether that's an evocative person, a graphic, or whatever.
For some reason Welcome to the RPG Museum! gets a tiny sliver chopped off the top in my browser. Any idea why? It happens in both Firefox and new Edge.
I would also love some more visual interest, but that's not something I've ever been talented at. I did the best I could, but I think we're at the limit of what I can accomplish without help. Do you have any ideas for what you'd want? Happy for a nicer wordmark too, but again this is pretty much the best I'm capable of.
I also don't know why the top sliver gets cut off. I've just added a line break above, which prevents the sliver being cut off at the cost of moving everything down slightly. Better or worse, do you think?
Hi. The icons on the main page are from https://game-icons.net/ which are free under a CC license. (I am suddenly wondering if I remembered to put attribution on the image pages. I meant to but I may have forgotten.)
I used a square with rounded edges and the background colour 012e59 (same as our header on the wiki).
However, the logo in the wordmark (the shiny d12 floating over a plinth) was made by me. (Which is why it doesn't look as good as the others.) The fonts in the wordmark are free for commercial use and called Devinne Swash (possibly the same font from the title of Dungeon Crawl Classics? it's similar anyway) and Rise of Kingdom.
I'm not very invested in any of these, especially the wordmark. I consider them to just be what we're using for now rather than something to keep indefinitely.