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About Stefan Mischook

Stefan Mischook

Stefan built his first web site in late 1994 to promote his import/export business. This early experience with the Web as a business tool, has played a major role in his development as a web designer, programmer and entrepreneur.

Since that time, Stefan has been involved in projects both large and small in the Web space and has built many web sites and web applications while learning 8-9 programming languages along the way.

Today, his focus is on teaching practical (and marketable) web design and programming techniques through videos, podcasts and the written word.



Creating Killer Websites

Creating Killer Websites book

Killersites.com was first founded by David Siegel to support his best selling book 'Creating Killer Web SItes'.

Creating Killer Web Sites taught that web designers should incorporate design and layout principles used in print media, in the creation of web sites. Today, this may seem like a no-brainer... but back then, it was ground breaking!

Since 2001, KillerSites.com has been run by Stefan Mischook with the aim of teaching practical business oriented web design. Over the years, Stefan's articles and video tutorials have appeared in magazines and books published around the world.

"It is a great learning experience to go through all your tutorials for a web-design beginner. Great Work!
Astounding simplicity!"

Thomas

Had a quick look at chapter one - you never know you can always pick something up.
The guy has a nice narrative buy must be a little more careful. Towards the end of Chapter one section three the HTML5 section your guy actually types out "dive" into the dreamweaver text editor instead of "div". I can send the screenshot if you like!

maybe you could pay me to proof read?

Let me have a look at the Jquery stuff maybe I could do that for you!

andy brookes
11.25.2013

I'd been trying to teach myself coding from various books & online resources without much success.
The biggest hurdle I came up against was understanding the terminologies used, time and time again I would read the descriptions of certain words like variables, loops, lists etc & no matter how many times I read them & watched YouTube videos about them, nothing seemed to sink into my brain.
I decided that I am both too old and too stupid to be able to code, as a result I lost hope and resigned myself to growing old with a cardigan and pair of slippers by the fire.
Then I stumbled upon one of Stefan's YouTube videos on being too old to code, after an exchange of comments I took the plunge and purchased his Python course and it really was the smartest thing I've done.
Stefan seems to have a knack (ability) for explaining things in a very easy to understand manner, he's also excellent at replying to emails.
I'm a little over half way through the course & the fog seems to be lifting, as soon as I'm competent with Python I'll be taking his full stack web developer course.
I really can't recommend Stefan's course highly enough.
Here in the UK we have a saying 'It's a ten from Len' and this most definitely applies to Stefan's Python course

Ryan Robertson
03.03.2018
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