On July 22, 2013 or thereabouts, my first book, Dreamweaver CC Digital Classroom
was published. This milestone in my career was something I had added to my ‘bucket list’ as an afterthought, like: “I would like to write a book someday.”
Six months ago I left my nearly 10 year long career as a high school vocational technical education instructor at and joined the folks at AGI. I went from teaching Dreamweaver with AGI’s book to the primary author of the rewrite and update for the launch of Adobe Dreamweaver CC. Quite a turn of events.
I have always enjoyed the style and approach of the Digital Classroom series, which is why I adopted it as my primary Dreamweaver textbook. I am honored and privileged to follow in the footsteps of Jeremy Osborn and others who have brought the Digital Classroom series to life. I feel that this update provides enough new information and instruction on using the newest features in DW CC while remaining a solid introduction to web design for a new generation of students and learners.
I would like to thank Christopher Smith and Jennifer Smith for trusting one of their flagship titles to me. I would like to thank Jeremy Osborn for creating a solid work from which I could build upon. I would like to thank Greg Heald for co-authoring and tech editing my first work. Finally, I would like to thank Cheri White and Chris Leavey, our project managers, who guided me through the publishing and recording processes and kept me pushing towards the aggressive deadlines.