Jason Cranford Teague
Biographie de Jason Cranford Teague
Jason Cranford Teague earned a Masters of Science in Technical Communication from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, where he first discovered the World Wide Web back in the dark ages of 1994. While at RPI, he worked as the art director of The Computer Mediated Communications Magazine, one of the first fully Web-based magazines, and cofounded KAIROS, an online journal for teachers in webbed environments.
Since then, he has worked for IBM as a technical writer, Persimmon IT as a Web designer--designing Web sites for Siemens and Digital amongst others--and has consulted on the European Space Agency's Web site while freelancing in London. He has written extensively on the topic of Web design for the Apple Developers Center,Adobe, C|Net, Tripod, and The Independent and maintains an archive of these articles at webbedENVIRONMENTS (www.webbedenvironments.com). Most importantly, he is busy raising his children, Jocelyn and Dashiel, with his wife Tara.