I started using a program called Adobe Pagemill, it worked
well, being an Adobe product. The the most exciting things
it did was tables, image maps and framesets. No CSS, Java,
or anything we take for granted. At that time Flash 1 was
beginning to emerge, and in
typical Macromedia fashion (my opinion) was hard to understand...
I was very much of the opinion that, 'Adobe was the best'
and understood their way of working. I naturally ignored
The early sites I built were nothing more than messing about,
until about 12-18 months later, when I built my first real
company site, It was to include selling online - something
that was very new, and very hard to find people who could
help, naturally, we gave up and hosted a 'static' site,
holding about 50 pages.
Over the next few years I gradually built my portfolio up,
and moved over to Dreamweaver on version 2. Then in 2000,
I took a career decision and went to work full-time designing
sites. Since then I have worked on countless projects, from
static sites, up to full content managed, dynamic propositions,
intranets, and more.
You will see from my design
portfolio - which contains quite a few propositions,
that one key area I work at is the interface design. I believe
it it my strong point, after all I have over 15 years commercial