› Colophon


In publishing, a colophon is either:

  • A brief description of publication or production notes relevant to the edition, in modern books usually located at the reverse of the title page, but can also sometimes be located at the end of the book, or
  • A printer's mark or logotype

Some Web pages also have colophons, which frequently contain (X)HTML, CSS, or usability standards compliance information and links to Web site validation tests.

Source: Wikipedia

About the author

As you can see in the URL of this website my name is Manuel Bieh. I was born in 1984 and I live and work in Dortmund, GERMANY. In March 2005 I started to run my own business as "Advertisingagency" and since then I'm successfully creating websites and web applications. If you want to know more about me, you can Google me or find me in the common social networks (see below).

About this website

I am owner of the domains and since the year 2000 (or even earlier, I don't know exactly). This website is hosted at for quite a long time now. In the early days I used this website as a personal playground to learn and test out things. In the meantime this website is an important part of my professional presentation to advertise me and my services.


The content management system running in the background is TYPO3, as weblog software I'm using Wordpress. Enhanced by the very cool jQuery JavaScript framework. Photos are, unless stated otherwise, all taken by myself.

As headline font "Maven Pro" is used. My wordmark in the header is written with "Palatino Linotype" (regular and italic).