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I have a BFA from UT. Since I love to paint, draw, and sculpt but have
never excelled in any one media I imposed upon myself an emphasis in transmedia.
I accidently fell into video and computer art and have attempted to integrate
all of these media ever since. Currently, my primary focus is in web design.
I have excelled drastically in this area since it is how I "make a living".
I just finished a web site for the Texas Tobacco Prevention Initiative,
I also teach web design and Photoshop to adults at the Dougherty Arts
HyperWeb Dot Com
Stacie, a former-but-forever Austinite, is Commercial Web Developer at
Avalanche Digital Works in Lubbock,
TX. She specializes in intuitive navigation and clean front-end designs.
In addition to her work for ADW, Stacie manages and promotes a traditional
country band, The Modern Eldorados
of Mobile, AL and promotes traditional 1950s music and culture.
Stephanie is a user interface / information architecture specialist. She
has been building Internet sites since 1994 (remember Gopher sites?) and
holds a masters degree in Library and Information Science from UT-Austin.
Stephanie also has experience in project management, Perl CGI, ColdFusion,
road biking and rock climbing.
Personal site: http://www.sukipot.com/
Susan is a technical writer and editor working in Information
at the University of Texas at Austin.
She graduated from UT in 1989 with a degree in music performance, right
around the time she first started spending way too
much time online. She spent most of the 90s, in fact, online (either
in front of some kind of Unix box or one of her beloved Macs) playing
with e-mail and newsgroups, text editors and markup languages - but
for the most part, without getting paid to do so. Marshalling her
experience as a wannabe geek with her innate desire to tell people
what to do, she became a full time tech writer in 1997.
Susan has been a
member of HerDomain since its inception, and was
involved in Austin Webgrrls before that. In addition to being a
professional wordslinger, she is a grown up Girl
classically-trained bassoonist, and a Celtic harpist currently
playing with Solarium.
Susan has been a member of Herdomain since June, 1996. She got her first
home computer in 1995 and immediately became internet-obsessed. Since
then, she has built many websites for small businesses (for-profit) and
friends (for-fun). To feed her internet obsession, she became determined
she would make her living operating websites, so she began learning everything
she could about the medium. In 1998 she launched a new business channel
for her employer, Calendars.com,
a category-leading ecommerce website. In July 2000, Susan took on a new
employer and project - web personalization. At eCustomers.com,
she is responsible for the different consumer, merchant, and internal
web portals, as well as the corporate website.
When she's away from her computer, Susan loves to travel, and is particularly
excited about European travel. She and her husband were married in Florence,
Italy (just ask her - she has some great stories about that trip!), and
their wedding was featured in a magazine. When at home, she spoils her
cats, dreams up new ways to redecorate, but mostly sits at her computer.
Currently an interaction designer for USAA [http://www.usaa.com]
in San Antonio.
Ran Susan Price & Associates in Austin for 10 years - we provided print
and online training and production services.
Cowrote Web Graphics Sourcebook in 1997, and present at the occasional
web design conference (most recently Web+Mobile 2001[http://www.newarchitectevents.com/index.html]
in San Francisco). * I also do some consulting on user-centered design
and usability practices.
Founding sponsor of the Austin Freenet[http://www.austinfree.net]
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