Dumb React is a collection of React components used to create a static (dumb) website screen. Why do this? Many React tutorials or boilerplates I've encountered are either too basic ("here's a button component!") or more often too complex ("here's a simple babel typescript redux cssmodules isometric oh god oh god oh god..."). I wanted to be able to draw a straight line from how a simple component ("atom" in atomic design speak) makes its way into a full page. There are a ton of different ways to build reusable components and put dynamic content inside them, and many teams — even ones that aren't building highly-interactive web apps that would actually benefit from a tool like React — are reaching for React to create component-driven experiences. So in that spirit, I wanted to create a demo that shows how to construct a whole screen (even if it's a dumb, static one) out of React components.