I’m that mellow, friendly but kinda quiet guy who loves to learn all things tech — and so, 15 years ago, when I made my first stab at creating web sites, soaking my brain in what was then the newest, most cutting edge version of HTML — I was hooked.
And once I got into this world, things kind of just kept coming to me, so I became an Adobe Certified Instructor, and have spent all these years training designers, marketing pros, business owners, front end developers, really anyone who wants to create awesome, professional web and mobile sites and content — all over the country.
It’s a great group of people to work with, kind of that right-brain left-brain mind meld, and I’ve been incredibly fortunate to speak at many of the industry’s top events — like Adobe MAX, the How Interactive Design Conference, the Web Design Conference, the InDesign Conference, and a bunch more.
I also work with design and production teams at advertising agencies, design firms, plus a long list of diverse companies, including Adobe, Nordstrom, REI, Costco, Starbucks, HP, McGrawHill — the list goes on.
It’s really been — and continues to be — a great ride, and along the way.
I’ve also authored eight training books for major industry publishers like Peachpit Press, including:
After being asked to put my training online for more years than I should admit, it was finally time to make that happen. So I created AskBrianWood as a way for people to learn online — on their own time, wherever they want — while also giving them a way to get actual answers to their questions, and fast.
I’m always adding new training content to the site, both through live online classes and with longer video tutorial series, keeping things fun, interactive and interesting for all of us.
I’d love to help you, if it seems like a fit, and in the meantime, I hope you’ll follow me on social media:back to top
I cannot express to you fully how sincerely I appreciate all your help, your videos and email replies to my cries for clarifications on Dreamweaver. Surely, I could not have done my website without you. Thank you, thank you, thank you!
- S. Anderson,