Jason Cranford Teague
Jason Cranford Teague is the Managing Director of UXÂ for Forum One, an interactive agency that helps build a positive future through the creative application of technology. He has been at the forefront of Web design for over 16 years as a designer, writer and speaker.
Jason is a prolific writer, with numerous books and articles published on digital media and culture includingÂ CSS3 Visual Quickstart,Â Fluid Web Typography and Speaking in Styles: The Fundamentals of CSS for Web Designers. He is also a semi-regular columnist for Webdesigner Depot and GeekDad.
Jason has also worked with the W3C CSS Workgroup, Yuri’s Night: The World Space Party and was the Director of Web Design Standards for AOL. He recently served as the Design Manager for Marriott International eCommerce, where he helped relaunch the marriott.com, the 7th largest transaction site on the Web.
Follow him on twitter @jasonspeaking.
See Jason’s Portfolio at Bright Eye Media.
- CSS3 Visual Quickstart
- Fluid Web Typograpy: A Guide
- Speaking In Styles: A CSS Primer for Web Designers
- CSS, DHTML, & Ajax: Visual Quickstart Guide
- DHTML & CSS Advanced
Out of Print
- Photoshop at Your Fingertips
- Final Cut Express Essentials
- SVG for Web Designers
- Final Cut Pro and the Art of Filmmaking
- Adding Transparencies and Gradients With CSS
- CSS Transitions 101
- 5 CSS3 Design Enhancements That You Can Use Today
- 5 Pet Peeves Designers Have With Developers (and How to Avoid Them …
- 5 Pet Peeves Developers Have With Designers (and How to Avoid Them …
Ask The Web Designer
- 10 Last-minute Gifts for Web Designers
- Choosing the Right Color Value
- Expand Your Font Repertoire
- Pixels or Ems in Your Web Designs
- To CSS Reset or Not to CSS Reset
- HTML 5 NOW!
- Big Things Ahead for HTML 5
- Everyone is a Web Designer
- Frames are Dead, Long Live Iframes!
- Q: If I ask ten different web designers what pixel dimensions to use for web pages and whether to make them fixed-width or “stretchy,” I get ten different answers. What’s your answer, and why?
- Why Can’t I Use Any Font I Want in My Web Designs?
- Ask me, ask me, ask me
- Designing Webbed Environments: The Importance of the Define and Design Phases
- What Are CSS Sprites?
- Creating Web Pages for Screen, Print, and Email
- Ten Things You Can Do with CSS (That You Might Not Have Known You Could Do)
- How to Style Forms in CSS
- Macworld | First Look: iWeb â€˜08
- Macworld | Review: iWeb â€˜08
- Macworld | Review: Journler 2.5.2
- Macworld | Review: Safari 3.0.4
- Macworld | Review: Cosmic Blobs 1.1
- Macworld | Review: OmniPlan 1.0
- Macworld | Review: Merlin 1.3.11
- Macworld | Review: Freeway 4 Pro
- Macworld | Review: Mac FlipAlbum 3.0
- Macworld | Review: BumperCar 1.0
- Macworld | Review: FTP Clients
- Macworld | Review: Shiira 2.2
- Macworld | Reviews: Encyclopedia Software
- Macworld | Review: Merlin 2.0.3
- Macworld | Reviews: Web browsers for kids
- Macworld | Review: InspireData
- Macworld | Review:Freeway 4 Pro
- Understanding Draw Layers
- Draw Layers and DHTML
- Animating Draw Layers
- Adding Rollovers and Navigation Bars in Dreamweaver
The Independent, London
- The backlash against Flash
- What flavour is your HTML?
- IE5 for the Mac sets the standard
- The colourful way to aid navigation
- How to keep them clicking
- Make it look good on Windows or Mac
- The year that the browser wars finally ended
- How to get search engines to notice you
- Search for the right engine
- Is your site lost in cyberspace?
- The software that we will never see
- What makes a good Web architect? Iâ€™m glad you asked
- A resolution to the worst of nightmares
- Itâ€™s not just what you get on the Web – itâ€™s how you get there