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has been guiding clients through the process of developing websites for
over a decade and has worked with a wide cross section of clients from both the
commercial and public sectors. He currently runs a web design company called
Headscape. When not doing client work he speaks on the subject of web design
both in the UK and abroad. He also hosts the longest running and most popular
web design podcast over at boagworld.com. Between speaking enagements Paul
writes articles for a number of web design publications.
Having recently taken over the management of a web site and with no previous experience, I wasn't sure what my role should be. Read morePublished on 23 Dec. 2010 by Scoobs
I really like this book. The right level of detail to get you into the subject area but recognising you will have to go elsewhere if you want real detail. Read morePublished on 13 Oct. 2010 by Goldzob
I work in the public sector with a lot of people who own websites, but aren't specialists. I'm recommending this book to all of them.Published on 14 July 2010 by usability-ed
A really clear manual which will be of great value to newcomers and experienced website owners alike. A valuable computer-side manual!Published on 6 Jun. 2010 by Ms. Amy J. Smith