Richard Rutter is cofounder and production director of Clearleft (http://clearleft.com), a web design consultancy based in Brighton, UK. Richard has been designing and building web sites for over ten years, and is a practitioner and evangelist of the web standards approach to developing web sites. He is coauthor of Web Accessibility: Web Standards and Regulatory Compliance (friends of ED, 2006) and Blog Design Solutions (friends of ED, 2006).
A more personal side of Richard can be found at Clagnut (http://clagnut.com), a popular weblog where he writes about accessibility and web standards issues, as well as his passions for music and mountain biking.
Books from Richard
- Beginning CSS Web Development: From Novice to Profesional (Technical Reviewer)
- From Apress, released August 28th, 2006
- Cascading style sheets are one of the most important technologies on the web today, giving web developers the power to style their web sites so they are usable, lean and small in file size, look great, display consistently across most if not all web browsers, an...
- Web Accessibility: Web Standards and Regulatory Compliance (Author)
- From Friends of Ed, released July 24th, 2006
- The power of the Web lies in the fact that anyone and everyone can access it, and this should also extend to users with disabilities. Accessibility is about making websites accessible to those with aural, visual, or physical disabilities, or rather, constructing...