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About the Author Sue Jenkins
- Plan and design your site
- Work with text, graphics, links, and layers
- Create Cascading Style Sheets
- Publish your site
- Make dynamic pages
- Design Web applications
is a Web and graphic designer, illustrator, writer, and teacher. With nearly ten years experience, she provides design services to small and medium-sized businesses, entrepreneurs, consultants, writers, and artists through her company, Luckychair (www.luckychair.com). She ran her own greeting card company from 2002–2005, and continues to license these and other illustrations to manufacturers around the world. Sue is a contributing writer of technical articles for the online e-zine TechTrax. She also teaches courses in Macromedia Dreamweaver, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator at Noble Desktop. Sue lives with her husband and son in New York City.
Michele Davis is a published author and technical writer. She has written trade books for O’Reilly & Associates, Sybex, and Simon & Schuster. Michele has 18 years experience in the technical arena; she breaks down highly technical concepts for end users from an instructional design perspective. Michele has taught technical and creative non-fiction courses at the graduate level and creates custom Web sites. She can be found on the Web at www.krautgrrl.com. Michele lives in Minneapolis with her husband and three children.
Jon Phillips, nicknamed ubergeek, is an open-source programmer with a background in UNIX and databases as well as ERP systems, including Oracle, SQL Server, PHP, and MySQL. Jon creates back-end Web site code including blogs, auction, and Web-based stores. Jon has been programming for 12 years and enjoys building and bug fixing computers on the side. He’s co-authored trade books for Sybex and O’Reilly & Associates. Jon lives in Minneapolis with his wife and three children. He promotes his business at www.krautboy.com.