The Art & Science of Web Design

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New Riders, 2001 - Computers - 259 pages
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The Art & Science of Web Design will help you understand the Web from the inside. It is structured around core Web concepts that often get only a passing mention in books on Web design. This book is not a reference book or a style guide. It is your mentor, whispering in your ear all the answers to those ubiquitous questions, and reminding us that there are now new rules and new ways to break them.

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This book is the epitome of cool. It was so crystal clear, I could understand 99% of the content, with only one html class 5 years ago. Woot! Read full review

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Published in 2000, now it is dated, but still some good ideas and principles in here. Read full review

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15
II
34
III
70
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About the author (2001)

Jeffrey Veen is an internationally sought-after speaker, author, and design strategist. For six years he created some of the most respected commercial sites on the Web as Executive Interface Director for Wired Digital. He is involved in standards work with the World Wide Web Consortium as an invited expert on electronic publishing. Veen is a columnist for Webmonkey, and was named by CNet as one of the "First Annual Web Innovators." His first book, HotWired Style: Priniciples for Building Smart Web Sites, is considered a milestone in the development of visual standards in Web design.

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