Of all the things I've lost, I miss the dash the least.
–Angela C. Buraglia
We'll make your sites "more better".
When clients don't provide text, we'll just make stuff up. It might be funny, it might have typos, and it definitely won't make much sense. But hey, at least its done!
–Angela C. Buraglia
I'm runnin' low on quippy quotes today...
Site-Drive Inc. was (no, we don't mean "is"; keep reading and it will soon make sense) an independent web design and development company which was originally headquartered in Brea, California. In July of 2005, Site-Drive Inc. acquired the formerly Portland, Oregon based Web Shorts Site Design. In July of 2006, Site-Drive Inc. packed up and headed to Texas. Somewhere between California and just outside Austin, Texas the dash in Site-Drive Inc. must have fell off the moving truck. Today, we're Site Drive Inc. and we specialize in application development.
Site Drive's executive officers are well-known authors of several Dreamweaver books. We offer individual attention to our clients, and our designers/developers have ultimate decision power. That means you'll get an answer without waiting for approvals from committees and higher authorities. Your designer/developer will be able to answer any questions, and make any needed changes to your site as quickly as possible.
Back in early 2000, Angela C. Buraglia was a makeup artist for independent film, but she needed a career that would allow her to work from home and raise her son. Although she intended only to be a web developer, life's path has led her to become that and more. Angela is perhaps best known as the founder of DreamweaverFAQ.com, a site dedicated to serving the Dreamweaver community.
She spent a portion of her career writing books and speaking at conferences. Angela was the co-author of Dreamweaver MX 2004 Killer Tips, co-author of Dreamweaver MX 2004 Magic, a contributing author to several other books including The ColdFusion MX 7 Web Application Construction Kit (Macromedia Press). She has given presentations at MAX, TODCon, and Web Design World.
In addition to building website, Angela enjoys writing Dreamweaver extensions, which encompasses the extensions included with Cartweaver. Long gone are the days of applying makeup; now Angela applies behaviors and CSS to web sites – and most importantly – is home with her son.
Daniel Short never planned to be a web designer; it just happened. He started out in the Army tearing apart computers and eventually began putting together websites.
Dan's been doing the web gig since the end of 1998 and with a focus on dynamic development with both ASP and ColdFusion. He helps run the well-known Dreamweaver FAQ. For Dreamweaver FAQ, he created the style changer and all ASP functionality (including the Snippets Exchange and the Dreamweaver FAQ Store).
He has also written articles for several resource sites, such as AListApart.com and the Adobe Developer Center. Additionally, he's recorded several ColdFusion & Dreamweaver-related movie titles for the lynda.com Online Training Library®, is a co-author of Dreamweaver MX 2004 Magic, and contributing author to Dreamweaver MX Bible from Wiley Publishing, and Dreamweaver MX: Advanced ASP Web Development from Glasshaus.