- Nathan is the author of the 3D Discovery tutorial series, which began in June 2003. Throughout this series, Nathan takes you on a journey into the various aspects of 3D design. Here, you'll find tutorials, reviews and "how-to" pieces. In addition, Nathan also serves as an Associate Editor for WebReference.com.
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Nathan Segal is a writer who has also been active as a digital artist for well over a decade. For the past 8+ years, he has written numerous articles for computer and photographic magazines and has provided his own illustrations and photographs for the articles. Topics covered include: software reviews, tutorials, tips and tricks, feature articles, profiles and investigative reporting. Two years ago, he was the main contributing writer to Streaming Media World, where he wrote over 100 articles over the course of a year.
Several years ago, he entered into a collaborative effort with several photographers and created over 300 digital images for stock photography catalogs. He also built a stock photography Web site for the purpose of licensing images of crop circles, space, Stonehenge, etc.
A sampling of his clients include: Windows Magazine, Smart Computing, Visual Convergence, Publish RGB, PIX, Web Developer, Version Tracker, Fotopic International, Aldrich, Pears and Associates, and The Computer Paper. For further information, or visit his Web site.
- Jonathan Fenocchi is a Web developer who primarily works in the fields of Web Design, client-side scripting, and PHP scripting.
In this section are columns by authors whose work has appeared on WebReference over the years. All of these authors have since moved on to other opportunities, but their work is available for your perusal. Be aware that in many cases, we no longer have contact information for the authors. Since much of this information is archived material, it may not be up to date with current web design methods. Check the dates at the bottom of the articles if you're uncertain.
- Khalid Ali
- Exploring XML
- Michael Classen's work represents the most recently archived column on WebReference and was current up to June 2, 2003. His biweekly column (which began in Nov. 1999) is a how-to series on eXtensible Markup Language (XML) and XSL. Bio.
- 3D Animation Workshop
- Perfect for artists and designers, this weekly 3D animation tutorial takes a straightforward, visual approach to teaching the principles behind animating 3D graphics for the Web. By Robert Polevoi. From Apr. 1997 - May 2001. Bio.
- Dynamic HTML Lab
- Jacques Surveyor
- Production Graphics
- In this section, Wendy Peck gives us a practical production perspective to creating graphics for your site. Designed for professional designers, Production Graphics provides semiweekly how-tos you can use to spiff up your site. From Jan. 2000 - Mar. 2002. Bio.
- HTML with Style
- A biweekly HTML/CSS tutorial that will make sure you're up to code. Whether you're a beginning Web coder, or an advanced developer, Stephanos will give you the foundation you need to look and perform your best. By Stephanos Piperoglou. From May 1998 - Mar. 2001. Bio
- Mother of Perl
- Mother of Perl is a free semiweekly how-to devoted to all things Perl. This column will address the needs and concerns of Perl developers by providing practical, powerful, and elegant solutions to everyday problems. By Jonathan Eisenzopf. From Feb. 1999 - Apr. 2001. Bio
- Dmitry's Design Lab
- A monthly tutorial on professional web design by Dmitry Kirsanov. Trained and based in Russia, Dmitry boils down design into fundamental principles, and explores different topics in depth each month. Learn how to design a good company logo, use color effectively, and more. From Jan. 1997 - May 1999. Bio.
- E-Commerce Watch
- Mark Merkow is our new ecommerce expert columnist with biweekly high level analysis and explanation of the newest technologies related to e-commerce on the Internet. From SET, OBI, to Digital Certificates and security Mark codifies the complex. Bio. Mark has moved to E-Commerce Guide, please change your bookmarks to http://ecommerce.internet.com/outlook/. From May 1998 - Dec. 2002.
- Giordan on Graphics
- Spruce up your page with our new graphics how-to site from Daniel Giordan, author and teacher. Mr. Giordan's many publications, including "Web Design Essentials" to be published in January by Adobe Press, plus his long professional experience promise to make his new column, Giordan on Graphics, a primary resource for Web site designers and creators. From Sept. 1998 - Jun. 1999.
- Internet Outlook
- A semiweekly newsletter on the latest trends and happenings on the Internet
by Richard Wiggins. Wiggins, a noted Internet expert who writes for publications
such as New Media, Internet World, and Netguide, and who hosts a TV show about
the Internet, views the Internet from a global perspective, and will share
his insights into what works and what doesn't on the Net. Don't miss the Internet
License Plate Gallery. From June 1997 - Oct. 1998. Bio
- Still popular, Nick Heinle's weekly tips are archived here for your reference. The tips are still relevant, with over 30 tips including browser and plug-in detection, related/live menus, and more. (1996) Bio.