Can a book have too much world building? It's not that it's expository or anything, but the actual plot seemed somewhat superficial compared to obvious love and care applied in the characters and the description of the alternate history.
So you have design skills? Want to make a little money while doing a good thing? Then join the contest! there is a 200 US dollars guaranteed prize, and the contest will be judged by a group of Nikola developers.
The name Nikola comes from Nikola Tesla, so think concepts connected to that
The Wardenclyffe tower
Early 20th century
I hope the logo works well in a variety of formats so, keep it simple. B/W is good.
A drawing without the word Nikola is good, but a good design with the word in it could be good also.
The contest lasts a week, you have 4 days for the qualifying round.
And remember: it has to be better than these
Horribly written, "mean girls after the apocalypse" garbage. And I love mean girls. Every character in the book is an idiotic asshole who had me rooting for another apocalypse to come soon so they all died.
It's incredibly old-fashioned, a throwback to Asimov's "problem stories". So, you are a guy, you are in Mars, and nobody can help you for a few years. Start thinking.
Sometimes, you need to use the same text in more than one place. For example, you may want to use fragments of your software manuals in your software's site.
If you are part of the Python-verse then it's likely that your docs are written using Sphinx. Ǹikola and Sphinx share roots in reStructuredText so they are already compatible in many important ways.
However, Sphinx adds a whole bunch of extensions to reStructuredText and Sphinx users use them. So, what's a dev to do? He'll write code. So I wrote a nikola plugin which adds support for a large chunk of the Sphinx-specific markup.
How big a chunk? Quite big since it adds support for over 35 extensions, roles and directives (no, toctree is not one of them yet).
This way, you may be able to enjoy a good documentation-specific tool and a (if I may say so myself) good website tool from common sources.