Here, now, read about the Philipines’ & Asia’s first and only web designers’ event http://www.formfunctionclass.com/
I am quoting Sofimi in the graphic above, she, a participant to the Philippine WordCamp back in August who attended not because she is a blogger on WordPress but also because she happens to be an accomplished WordPress theme designer.
Sofimi, Ia Lucero, a web designer, is one of many talented Filipino web creatives who benefit from industries spawned by the internet. Blogging is one such other activity that is internet-related, and having had the chance to meet WordPress’ Matt Mullenweg at the first WordCamp was a step further at crossing the virtual divide into a real-life gathering of a mix of ‘netheads’.
Matthew Inman is a web virtuoso. Very few citizens who populate the web in one form, type or other is as savvy as he: a designer, a developer, a CTO (that’s: Chief Technology Officer — which makes him a Technologist, too, I guess), a web marketer, “Linkbait Developer & Viral Marketer” (his words) and, above all, a web artiste.
How else can one capture a whole virtual concept into a simple visual and be beautiful and understood without the pain of complex processing information?
But isn’t that what masters do: squeeze out the philosophy effortlessly, then show the nuggets in the palm of their hands?
Posted and seen two days ago (08 July 2008). Blogged today.
Beautiful, isn’t it?.
Matthew Inman’s Summer.