Zach Holman started Good-Tutorials in August of 2002 on an obscure subdomain with the name of “Photoshop Design”. Photoshop Design was coded in PHP and utilized a MySQL database. It enjoyed modest success for a few months, and then in December of 2002 the site made the plunge and started adding tutorials daily. Needless to say, it was a smart idea. The fledging little site starting gaining in popularity as the major graphic websites and forums started talking about it.
In February of 2003 it grew up and got its own domain, Good-Tutorials.com. It started to grow explosively from there. By the summer of 2003 it needed its own dedicated server. Good-Tutorials is the largest source of tutorials on the web today. It has been featured on the BBC, SkyNews, TechTV (now G4), in the British magazine iCreate, PC World, and has been linked to by thousands of sites, blogs and forums. Since its start in 2002, it has been designed, coded, and loved by Zach Holman.
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