This is merely for fun and I'm really just curious to see if it would get some traction. For awhile, when I interview designers, I generally ask what their design process is, especially on a particular redesigned project or product. And sometimes it's hard to tell how the older version really was in comparison to tell the story. We usually see the final product; the final results.
Of course, who has the access (or time) to have the older version of the product in hand? So, that problem already sets a challenge for the growth of Rebilt. If designers wish to submit a redesigned project, they'd have to submit the older version, as well.
But then there's www.archive.org/web. It stores snapshots of webpages as far back as... I don't know, many years? So that helps!
Also, the older version doesn't necessarily need to be so ancient. It could be just an older iteration of previous concepts or prototypes.
Anyhow, this is truly a rough stage. There's no logo, no branding, nothing. Yet. It's still at a working prototype stage, I think. And, hopefully, over time we can see this website get refined.
Would love for anyone to participate !!