Dave Shea : Comments
February 23, 2005
I started painting web sites in 2001: font tags, tables for layout, non-sense markup, css what?, pop-ups, fat imgs, useless things in pages, and so on.
Then I met Zeldman on my way, while I was reading the Tim Berners-Lee’s book. “Stop right now!”, I said.
So – thanks to zeldman.com/externals – I met all of you, fantastic designer, and I get the meaning of design. No school, no courses: from my desk here in Udine (Italy) I could learn about web standards and start to develop my projects long this way.
Now, at the age of twenty, I’d like to say thanks to all of you for your hard work. I’m trying to spread the message trought my italian web friends.
So, the point is: thanks!