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The Alcowebizer Displays Any Webpage Through the Eyes of Varying Levels of Inebriation

The Alcowebizer serves an important tool to see what happens when one decides to design a webpage with alcohol-induced design sensibilities. Enter a URL in the address bar, click the “alcoholize” button, and you’ll no longer wonder what would’ve happened if you designed your blog late one night during a depressing binge of drinking alone.

One clicks and drags the sliding glass to change the level of inebriation. I found that level 3 is the most fun, and the results generally vary. Google’s language changes to Slovak, the rainbow background is actually animated, and a video of the Trololololo Guy plays.

For Geekosystem, the language again changes to Slovak, a video of the Trololololo Guy plays again, but all of the pictures on the page change to pictures of cats, and the lips and hearts one can see on the left side of page are actually active mouse trails.

Would web designers benefit from designing while inebriated?

(Alcowebizer via Neatorama)

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