Sue Jenkins, Web Designer/Illustrator/Graphic Designer, earned her BA in Sociology with a minor in Photography from San Francisco State University in 1990, and her web design certificate from Parson's School of Design in New York City in 1998. Sue then began her freelance design business, luckychair , where she specializes in web design, logo design, and illustration. She has also won awards for her photographs and has had gallery shows in New York for some of her paintings.
Sue has provided web design, logo design, graphic design, and illustration services for small and large businesses, as well as for individual clients like photographers and artists. Sue enjoys collaborating with other talented designers and programmers when called for by the project. She also teaches Dreamweaver, Illustrator, and Photoshop classes at Noble Desktop in New York City. You can see some of her work by visiting her award winning web site, luckychair.
Sue is currently writing her first book, Dreamweaver for Dummies All-in-One Desk
Reference, for Wiley Publication, due out in March 2006.
Besides designing and teaching, Sue also enjoys time with her husband (a college teacher), laughing with their son Kyle, watching and discussing the finer points of movies, cooking, reading, and (sometimes) sleeping!