4 edition of Designing for the web found in the catalog.
Designing for the web
Jennifer Niederst Robbins
|Other titles||Getting started in a new medium|
|Statement||Jennifer Niederst with Edie Freedman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 165 p. :|
|Number of Pages||165|
Making the Web Work is one of the first books to discuss in detail the unique challenges and issues involved in designing Web-based applications and services. The book tackles this subject on three levels by describing a structured method for prioritizing and categorizing individual design decisions, by offering a detailed analysis of various design options, and by documenting established Web 3/5(1). Hi i have found some web design books Learning How to Design Web Pages HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) are the basic building blocks of web design. They control how you present your content to the end user. You c.
A comprehensive guide and tutorial, this text provides insight and design advice. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple language that borrows terminology from common desktop programs that Web designers wil recognize. CSS offer a manageable way for authors, artists and typographers to create visual effects. Topics covered include: how traditional print-based typography is expressed in CSS 5/5(1). Published on September Tags: Design Systems, Style Guides, UX Design. As the web continues to become more complex, designing static pages has become untenable, so that many of us have started to approach design in a more systematic way. In this book, Alla Kholmatova sets out to identify what makes an effective design system that can.
This isn’t just another web design book. It’s an essential and missing piece of the canon. Our industry has long needed a compendium of best practices in adaptive, standards-based : Bradley Nice. Jeffrey Zeldman & Ethan Marcotte's Designing with Web Standards (3rd Edition) provides an excellent overview of the issues involved in designing for the web using a modern, standards-based approach. It is by no means a comprehensive treatise on the technologies that must be mastered (that would require s of pages)/5.
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It takes a look back at the roots of graphic Designing for the web book and shows us why we shouldn't throw all that knowledge away, even though "the web is not print"/5(6).
I decided to purchase this book after hearing Randy Hunt lecture on the topic at a design industry conference prior to the book's release last year.
With that said, I feel that the same principles Hunt touched upon in his lecture still hold true, and after reading the book, as a web product designer, I feel that I have a much deeper 4/4(24). Designing for the Web: Getting Started in a New Medium gives you the basics you'll need to make the transition to Web page design.
It is geared toward designers who need to hit the ground book won't teach you how to design. Instead, its aim is to give you the information you need to adapt your skills to the Web/5(4). Reading "Product Design for the Web" thorough the lens of a general design book reader, you could find any number of objections.
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Designing with the Mind in Mind, Second Edition. About Face: The Essentials. What is this book about. A Practical Guide to Designing for the Web aims to teach you techniques for designing your website using the principles of graphic design.
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Designing for the Web: Getting Started in a New Medium gives you the basics you'll need to make the transition to Web page design. It is geared toward designers who need to hit the ground running. This book won't teach you how to design. Instead, its aim is to give you the information you need to adapt your skills to the Web.
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Packed with annotated examples of actual Web sites, this book sets out many of the design precepts all Web developers should by: "The web design tips in this book are practical - it is based on research rather than opinion and presented in an accessible way. Most every web design question I've heard lately is addressed in this book.
The web sites used as examples help ground the guidelines in reality - a corporate site, intranet, e-commerce, or application site could all. Web design is very different from graphic design, probably everybody knows that.
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