Richard Rutter

Richard Rutter, top shirt button undone, casts a wry glance to the side. Richard Rutter is an expert information architect with ten years experience developing commercial websites. Richard is an accomplished technical editor and has contributed to numerous books including Beginning CSS Web Development and HTML Utopia.

Richard is a specialist in web accessibility and co-wrote Web Accessibility: Web Standards and Regulatory Compliance. Richard also co-wrote Blog Design Solutions in which he explains how to design your own weblog application. Richard's writings features regularly in magazines such as .Net.

Before setting up Clearleft, Richard worked as the project lead on Multimap's hugely successful public site. He was responsible for rebuilding to web standards, a cost saving move which made the site more accessible and faster.

Richard runs an ongoing project called The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web, where he extols the virtues of good web typography.

A more personal side of Richard can be found at Clagnut, a popular weblog where he writes about accessibility and web standards issues, as well as his passion for music and mountain biking.

Richard is the production director at Clearleft as well as running our popular HTML and accessibility training courses. If you would like to have Richard's years of experience on your project, please .

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