Creating Killer Web Sites: The Art of Third-generation Site Design

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Hayden Books, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 305 pages
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Master the art of third-generation site design Creating Killer Web Sites was the first true design book for the Web. It became the best-selling book on the Internet in 1996 and has been translated into ten languages. It has taught an entire generation of site designers how to get control over their pages. It shows, in practical terms, the fundamentals of design applied to the Web. Now completely updated! Every chapter has new material! In this expanded second edition, you'll find the techniques and principles you need to build sites for today's 4.0 and the coming 5.0 browsers. Much of the book has been rewritten with new tips, new tools, updated HTML, and an emphasis on cross-browser compatibility. There are three new chapters on strategies designers will need to know going forward, including a detailed style-sheet tutorial.

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There were some great tips and tricks here. Was invaluable to me when I was designing. Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Siegel is a leading Internet strategist. He is Chairman of Studio Verso, a web-design and strategy firm and president of Siegel Vision, an E-strategy company.

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