Titel: Blog Design Solutions
Autor/en: Andy Budd, Simon Collison, Chris J. Davis, Michael Heilemann, John Oxton
16. Februar 2006 - kartoniert - 380 Seiten
* No other blog book gives professional quality information on blog design and development like this one. Others are either "dummies" style books, or are aimed more at understanding the community/theory.
* The Book supports 4 of the most popular blog engies, and shows you how to build your own.
* It's written by a team of well respected community figures
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Phil Sherry is the author of Foundation Mac OS X Web Development (foED, ISBN: 1-59059-336-7)
Andy Budd is an internationally renowned web designer, developer and weblog author based in Brighton, England. Andy specializes in building attractive, accessible, and standards complaint web solutions. Andy enjoys writing about web techniques for sites such as digital-web.com and his work has been featured in numerous magazines, books, and websites around the world.
Drew McLellan is a web application developer and technical author from just West of London, UK. A keen standards advocate, Drew helps out at the Web Standards Project (www.webstandards.org) in addition to maintaining a personal web site at allinthehead.com. When he grows up, he'd like to be a peripatetic newsagent. Drew is the author of ASP Web Dreamweaver with Dreamweaver Mx 2004 (Apress, ISBN: 1-59059-348-0)
Simon Collinson is Lead Web Developer at Agenzia (www.agenzia.co.uk), and has worked on numerous web projects for record labels, high-profile recording artists, leading visual artists and illustrators, including The Libertines, Black Convoy, and Project Facade. Simon also oversees a production line of business, community and voluntary sector websites, and passionately ensures everything he builds is accessible, usable, and complies with current web standards. Simon regularly reviews CSS-based websites for Stylegala, and does his best to keep his highly popular blog (www.collylogic.com) updated with noise about web standards, music, film, travels, and more web standards.
On those rare occasions away from the computer, Simon can be found in the pub, or trying to con free gig tickets out of his clients. A little too obsessed with music, he is very likely to bore you with his latest musical Top 100, or give you a potted history of the UK Indie/Alternative scene from 1979 to the present day.
Simon used to be a successful visual artist, with a number of solo exhibitions to his name. In 1999 he founded You Are Here Visual Arts, an artist support organization that spawned two city-wide festivals. He resigned from You Are Here in 2004 to concentrate on web design, taking his artistic inspiration instead from music, film, and design. Simon has lived in many cities, including London and Reykjavik, but now lives happily in Nottingham with Emma and a cat called Ziggy.