EDG3 was created by Christopher Robinson who is proud to use the latest standards in web design and comply by the strict guidelines which are set out by the W3C in creating all of his websites. The websites will be fully hand coded using XHTML and CSS which, when used correctly together, have many advantages:
- Accessibility - XHTML is currently readable by the greatest number of browsers, devices and assistive technologies like screen readers. Accessibility is quickly becoming a legal issue.
- Adherence - The strict guidelines set results in cleaner code. All extraneous or ambiguous elements are eliminated, so pages are smaller, load faster, and render correctly in all browsers.
- Consistency - Through the use of CSS the same style elements can be applied to every page of a site. From the first page onwards, visitors will be presented with a consistent design scheme, building their comfort level and effectively promoting your brand.
- Maintenance - As stated CSS is very consistent so changes to the style of font's, header title's, and almost anything else is simple. You only need to change a few lines of code for it to show all over your website.
- Search Engine Friendly Code - XHTML produces pages that search engine spiders find easy to understand. There are no presentational elements or bloated code to confuse the spiders, so they'll crawl everything that matters and rank you accordingly.
Hi I'm Christopher, a 20 year old self taught web designer / developer from Cheshire, England. I specialise in creating XHTML and CSS compliant websites along with any needed graphics and am available for freelance work.
Along with web design / development I also enjoy sports such as tennis & squash, swimming and competitive online games such as Counter Strike: Source. I am an extremely competitive person and this shows in any sports and online games which I participate in.
Interested in working on a future project with me? Then feel free to contact me to get a feel for what I love to do. On this site you can also find my blog, and all the older entries are kept in the archives if you would like to view them.