The Evolution of Web Design


So here's the idea. Every month I'm going to try and write this column about issues of interest to Mac users who are active in the building of the Web. You can be a designer of multiple Web sites, someone who's fallen into the task of updating your company's site, or a hobbyist who just likes creating Web pages. It doesn't matter–I'll speak to all of you.

I don't want this column to become a soapbox, someplace where I can rattle on endlessly about issues of the day. In fact, I expect to spend a good deal of time talking about techniques, philosophies of Web design, and tools–one of the advantages of being an editor at Macworld is that I get to play with all the software products out there, putting me in the unique position of being able to spend more time with all the Web-authoring products than the people who actually have to pay for the privilege.

And I want to hear from you–what you like and dislike about the column, but also what topics you'd be interested in reading about. Look at it this way: I'm someone who's been working on Web sites for years, has access to all the programs out there, and has had a little time to form some opinions about all of them. This column can be a monthly resource for you. Just e-mail your comments and suggestions to " jason_snell@macworld.com " and while I can't promise to respond to every one, I do promise to read them all.

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