The Prince formatter is developed, supported and marketed by YesLogic Pty Ltd. YesLogic is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. With a customer-focused attitude and a dedication to quality, we develop innovative software products that are flexible, efficient, affordable, and easy to use.
Håkon is a web pioneer, having created CSS while working with Tim Berners-Lee at CERN in 1994. Håkon became a devotee of Prince when looking for a CSS-based tool which could format his book on CSS, co-authored with Bert Bos. Håkon has been the director of Yeslogic, the company that makes the Prince formatter, since 2004. In 2015 he took a break to see if the web is truly worldwide: as the CTO of the Kon-Tiki2 Expedition he communicted over a thin satellite connection from a balsawood raft, sailing from Lima to Easter Island in 43 days.
Michael is responsible for the overall architecture of Prince and management of its implementation. He is also responsible for customer support.
Cong is responsible for implementing the OpenType, SVG, and HTML5 specifications in Prince. He has also developed the graphical interface and server integration wrappers.