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

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Hayden Books, 1996 - Electronic publishing - 270 pages
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Creating Killer Web Sites is the first true design book for the Web. Whether you are making a personal page, a site for a client, or a corporate site, you'll find this book invaluable for all aspects of design: site structure, use of metaphor and theme, informationbased sites, third-generation sites (what they are, why they work), layout control, Photoshop"RM" tricks galore, why you should avoid using most standard HTML tags, choosing good fonts, how not to use frames, future versions of HTML, and more! Six detailed chapters take you step-by-step through a third-generation site makeover, creation of a personal page, a storefront, a hotlist, and a gallery. Includes two chapters on making web sites with Adobe"RM" Acrobat"RM" using your favorite page layout program instead of HTML!

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

Contents

Introduction
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Form versus Function
19
Structural Markup versus Layout
21
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

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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