Cheridan Kerr is a self-confessed geek and has been involved in Web development and design since 1997, when she began working on a research team for the Y2K Millennium Bug. It was here that she learnt about the Internet and promptly fell in love with the medium (it took Dungeons and Dragons to a whole new level!). In her career, she has been responsible for websites in the early 2000s, such as Weight Watchers Australia and Quicken.com.au, and worked as creative services manager of Yahoo! in Australia on clients such as Toyota, 20th Century Fox and Ford, which has given her a wealth of experience in Flash design and usability. Currently, she is working as executive producer for a boutique Australian advertising agency. She lives with her unbelievably patient husband, two beautiful stepdaughters and a ferocious cat on the east coast of Australia, and writes reeking piles of poetry in her spare time. Her first book, Foundation Form Creation with Adobe LiveCycle ES, hit book stores in September 2008.