Since 1999, Aarron Walter has been teaching a variety of courses on Interactive Design at colleges in the United States including Temple University, the University of Georgia, and The Art Institute of Atlanta—one of the few colleges teaching web standards since 2002. His courses cover such topics as findability, nonlinear narrative, perceptual interfacing, history of communication media, user-centered interface design, dynamic web applications, and more (full course listing at http://aarronwalter.com/teaching/). From time to time, Aarron also writes articles about web development for online publications including SitePoint.com and DMXZone.com.
Aarron is the author of Building Findable Web Sites: Web Standards SEO and Beyond, which provides web developers with practical, standards-compliant solutions that will drive traffic to their site, help their audience discover new content, and encourage return traffic.
When he's not teaching or writing, Aarron runs an independent consultancy in Athens, GA, that plans, designs, and builds user- centered web sites and content management systems for clients in the Southeast.