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Re: Web Design programs?
- To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
- Subject: Re: Web Design programs?
- From: Gwen J Miller <gwenjm@GOSHEN.EDU>
- Date: Thu, 8 Jul 1999 08:53:01 -0500
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I would recommend Dreamweaver. It seems much more designer friendly than
PageMill. Micorsoft Front Page seems full of bugs, atleast for the type of
work I do. I think you can download a demo for Macromedia Dreamweaver. gwen
> One of my projects for the summer is to put together a website
>promoting my teaching and publishing efforts in making books in with
>children. I know a lot of list members have sites and would appreciate
>some advice. I am in the midst of an online course through a local
>community college on html but will be using a design program to create
>the site. I'd appreciate your recommendations. I'm looking for a
>program that is easy to use and not too expensive. Quark XPress is the
>design program I'm familiar with. Thanks in advance.
> Also, as I've mentioned before, I'll be teaching at Ed Hutchins'
>Book Arts Jamboree- July 18-23- in the session on Bookmaking Adventures
>in the Classroom. There are still openings- if you're interested contact
>Ed at email@example.com
>in good spirit,
>Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord
Art Director, Web Designer
1700 S. Main St.
Goshen, IN 46526
Phone: (219) 535-7581