While half the world is stupefied with the corona virus epidemic and the other half, busy washing their hands off any responsibility, a 17-year-old designer and developer, William Gibson, developed a website that reinforces the only solid prevention against the virus—washing hands thoroughly. He used UK’s National Health Services poster on washing hands, and added a tune to it. The website is called, and we love it, washyourlyrics.com. The website was made in a day.
🎶 I made a little site in 24h that generates hand washing instructions accompanied by lyrics from a song of your choice instantly – check it out!
washyourlyrics.com uses two posters with step by step visual guide to washing hands that can be layered with a song lyrics. So, enter a song, enter the artist and there’s your poster with the lyrics of the song as captions to each of the hand-washing diagram. If you are too cool to use soap, there is also a poster for gel users which has only 10 steps, three less than the soap washers. For a particularly inspirational day, you get an option to create your own lyrics to go with each of the hand-washing diagrams of the poster.
With his own admission, this is the strangest code he has written so far.