The Non-designer's Web Book: An Easy Guide to Creating, Designing, and Posting Your Own Web Site
Create your own Web pages with the gurus of design, Robin Williams and John Tollett! Completely up20000921d version of the Peachpit bestseller Approachable yet visually sophisticated Web design book--ideal for users of all levels Basic design principles can be used on any computer, using any software The Non-Designers Web Book, Second Edition is an update to Robin Williams best-selling book on Web design, and its packed with more creative ideas, techniques, and updated technology. With a combination of savvy design principles and an appealing, easy-to-follow format, both novice and professional Web designers can implement the principles in this book for their own work. This four-color book covers a wide array of Web design basics such as alignment, proximity, and repetition, and then discusses other design issues as they relate to the Web, including color, typography, and graphics. Readers then move on to graphic and technical details, such as the preparation of simple Web images and animations, and deciding when to use different graphic file formats. The Non-Designers Web Book, Second Edition teaches technical expertise with a creative sensibility, making it a Web design book that will inspire readers of all levels. Previous Edition ISBN: 0-201-68859-X Robin Williams has written more than a dozen best-selling and award-winning books, including The Little Mac Book, The Little iMac Book, The Non-Designers Design Book, Windows for Mac Users, and many more. John Tollett is a graphic designer, art director, and illustrator. He is the co-author of The Little iBook Book and the first edition of The Non-Designers Web Book, both with Robin Williams.
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Lynda Weinman (Coloring Web Graphics, Deconstructing Web Graphics, and Designing Web Graphics, all LJ 5/1/97) is the designer's designer, but most people on the web don't know much about color theory ... Read full review