SitePoint’s Advisory Board

Designed as another way for SitePoint to incorporate the voices and perspectives of significant thinkers, thought leaders, and educators in the field, our Advisory Board meets quarterly to discuss topics of interest to our community and share inspiration amongst the Board and our editorial and educational teams.

We are pleased to welcome to the 2015 Board:

Rachel Andrew
Rachel is the Managing Director and founder of web development company, a consultancy that has shifted focus to products and is currently working exclusively on CMS product Perch. Rachel’s professional skills range from front and back-end development to operations.
Paul Boag
Paul is the author of Digital Adaptation and a leader in digital strategy with over 20 years of experience. Through consultancy, speaking, writing, training and mentoring he passionately promotes digital best practice.
Razvan Caliman
Razvan is a self-described “maker of things that live on the web to make lives easier for people living in the real world”. He works at Adobe to teach CSS new tricks and enjoys working with JavaScript, HTML and CSS to build effective solutions to real problems.
Brad Frost
Brad is a web designer, speaker, consultant, musician, and artist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He’s helped create tools and resources for web designers, including This Is Responsive, Pattern Lab,, WTF Mobile Web, and Mobile Web Best Practices.
Peter Gasston
Peter is a web technologist, Londoner, author of The Modern Web and The Book of CSS3, and blogger. He works at rehabstudio and has written for .net magazine, Smashing Magazine, A List Apart and more. Peter is a frequent public speaker, especially on the topic of modern and future web technologies.
Remy Sharp
Remy is the founder and curator of ffconf, the UK based JavaScript conference. He also ran jQuery for Designers and co-authored Introducing HTML5, adding all the JavaScripty bits. When he's not writing articles or running and speaking at conferences, he runs his own development and training company in Brighton called Left Logic
Estelle Weyl
Estelle is a front-end engineer from San Francisco who has been developing standards based accessible websites since 1999. Estelle’s passion is teaching web development, where you’ll find her speaking on CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript, and mobile web development at conferences around the United States and the world.
Kevin Yank
Kevin has built websites in one way or another since 1997. He’s worked on web front-ends and back-ends, in server administration, and has even dabbled in desktop and mobile application development. Kevin is also a world-renowned teacher, author and conference presenter, and was a prominent contributor to SitePoint and Learnable from 2001 through 2011. When not coding or managing coders, he makes improvised theatre with Impro Melbourne.