John Pozadzides has been described as a "founding Internet pioneer" and an established expert in the areas of Web authoring and general Internet architecture.
In 1996 John founded the Web Design Group and established the widely peer reviewed, and often cited, Web site http://HTMLHelp.com, which is now frequented by tens of millions of visitors annually and linked to by well over 125,000 Web pages and hundreds of periodicals. He is particularly well known as co-author of the Cascading Style Sheets guide, and as an expert on Web usability issues. John participated in the Web Accessibility Initiative of the W3C, developed the first Web authoring program at El Centro College in Dallas, TX, and has given numerous lectures on Web authoring best practices.
From 1999 to 2004 John served in executive level positions for Cable & Wireless and SAVVIS Communications including positions as Vice President of Sales and Vice President of Strategic Alliances. He has lectured on topics including Web hosting, Internet architecture, Internet security, professional selling and account management.
John now serves as President of HTMLHelp.com, LLC., completes occasional consulting projects for large companies, and maintains his personal blog at http://OneMansBlog.com. Education: In addition to a wide variety of corporate management programs, John studied Finance and Economics at the University of Texas at Dallas and completed programs offered at Harvard Graduate School of Business, Harvard Law School and the Disney Institute.