I’m a front-end web craftsman. I started when Netscape was in its prime; my first website went online in 1998. When Microsoft added XmlHttpRequest to Internet Explorer, I began creating applications for browsers, at a time when “web apps” were nothing but a concept on paper, years before the term “AJAX” was coined. Since then I’ve been working on web-related projects spare-, part- or full-time.
In addition to prototyping in the browser, I focus on creating responsive sites and making them accessible for all kinds of humans, devices and connection speeds. Thanks to fewer browser inconsistences, I enjoy it more than ever.
Disclaimer: I work for TRINN, but all opinions contained herein are mine and do not represent the opinions of my employers.
Links to my other places on the web can be found at matthias.beitl.net.
I like creating all kinds of stuff. Online, that’s a given. Describing my offline hobby, I go by Interior Design Upcycler. I also like to run. Furthermore, I’m involved in raising ducks.