To make falling down the rabbit hole of Wikipedia a little less dizzying, I've been working on a Chrome extension which aims to improve the information architecture of any Wikipedia article a user visits.
The primary difference is that the Table of Contents has been moved from the body of the page into a sidebar which allows the user to maintain a high-level overview of the page content while they scroll.
S/o to my friend Jon Senterfitt for being willing to help me out with this project.
We made the sidebar adjustable. That's cool.
Sorry this gif is so low-res, I asked @GIPHY if there's a processing time or something to get a higher resolution gif, since the source video I provided was a lot clearer.
For an up-to-date snapshot of future roadmap hurdles, check the github issues page.