I am interested in ciphers (and techniques for designing future ciphers) such that both (a) encryption can be done "by hand" without a computer, while also (b) the resulting ciphertext is (relatively) resistant to computer-aided cryptanalysis attacks.
What tag should I use for questions on crypto.stackexchange that discuss such ciphers?
Some new tag, perhaps "modern-hand-cipher" or "modern-field-cipher" that covers exactly ciphers in this category?
For example, questions like Multi-round Transposition/Playfair as a secure hand cipher in the computer age ; Is there any strong enough pen-and-paper or mind cipher? ; Pen-and-paper one-way function for externally-anonymous survey ; Are there cryptographic hash functions that can be computed using only paper and pen without leaking any information about the plaintext? ; etc. all fall in this category I am interested in.
My understanding is that classical-cipher covers classical ciphers which are ciphers "historically used" before electronic computers were even invented. Almost all of the ciphers I am interested in were or will be designed as a reaction to computer-aided cryptanalysis, and therefore could not possibly have been "historically used" before electronic computers were invented.