About jQuery UI
There's a lot of work that goes into making jQuery UI the most successful UI library for the Web. Between API design, visual design, implementation, ticket triage, bug fixing, developer relations, infrastructure, and everything else, most of the work is done by volunteers. We'd like to recognize the most prominent contributors below, for a full list of all contributors, see the authors list.
jQuery UI Team
Scott González — Project Lead
Scott González is a web developer living in York, PA. As project lead, he puts a lot of effort into keeping jQuery UI efficient, consistent, and accessible, as well as adjusting the roadmap to meet the ever-changing needs of the community. Scott also works with browser vendors and standards bodies to make the Web a better place for everyone, not just jQuery users.
Jörn Zaefferer — Development Lead
Felix is a Senior Web Developer at move:elevator working with TYPO3 CMS and Symfony2. He is currently living in Dresden, Germany. Felix has built the Selectmenu widget.
Corey is a freelance web developer, speaker and system administrator, living in Rockford, IL. He is an active contributor to most of the jQuery teams and is active in the jQuery community on IRC, and Stack Overflow. Corey has restructured the effects modules in both UI and Core, maintains the jQuery Color Animations plugin and leads the jQuery infrastructure team.
Mike is lead developer at SNAP Interactive, Inc., from Plainview, New York. Mike is involved in bug fixing, testing, and code quality efforts across the jquery suite of projects. He focuses his efforts around the CSS/JS interactions and interacts with standards bodies and browser vendors to move the web forward.
Xavier has a B.S. in Computer Science from University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. He was a Software Engineer at IBM, where he lead the brazilian team of Q&A and Performance at Linux Technology Center. Now, he devotes his energies to his startup.
TJ VanToll is a web developer, speaker, and writer living in Lansing, MI and working as a developer advocate for Telerik. He works on all facets of jQuery UI including triage, documentation, bug fixes, and is currently working on the rewrite of the datepicker widget.