Casa Basa is the educational site created by Sharon Kopecki Kaitner to host her resources, tutorials and instructional materials gathered over the last few decades, and is copyrighted as such. Use of any part of this site is intended for educational purposes only.
In 1997, I decided to get a masters degree in multimedia. The result is this web site and my current profession. I've collected useful information about software (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Flash), coding (HTML5, XHTML, CSS, Standards) and design (user-centered, creating personas, and the psychology of the web user), as well as created my own. Feel free to explore. If you want to use parts of my site, here are my conditions of use. Basically, just give me credit with a link back to my site would be nice.
I have been operating this web site since 1998, and have been active in the fields of technology and education since 1995.
Casa Basa includes my husband Neil Basa, and our creative business, Casa Basa, located in the San Francisco Bay Area in California, USA.
Neil Basa is the stage name for my husband. He plays the clarinet in Polkacide and is an amazing artist. Generally, design work is his forté.
Casa Basa creates web sites, offers individual and group lessons in the use of computers and software, and offers online advice for those new to the Internet and interested in exploring its possibilities. Fees range from $50-$165/hour, largely based on context. Two pro bono web sites are adopted yearly for a one-year period.
Curriculum vitae for Sharon Kaitner, M.Ed.
Check out my tumblr account: http://casabasa.tumblr.com