Web Pages That Suck: Learn Good Design by Looking at Bad Design, Volume 1

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Sybex, Jan 1, 1998 - Computers - 266 pages
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This book is a completely unique product: a four-color, down-to-Earth, humorous approach to teaching Web design techniques by critiquing bad sites and then applying common sense and practical, hands-on guidance to create site make overs. It is written by the creators of the hugely popular, award-winning site "Web Pages That Suck". Awards include PC Magazine's Top 100 Web sites; C/NET's Best of the Web; Yahoo's Pick of the Week; USA Today's Hot Site; and WebCrawler's Select.

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User Review  - Russ Painter - Goodreads

Cool book. It shows really bad things to do to make awful web pages. Then you try to avoid these things. Read full review

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User Review  - Marjorie - LibraryThing

They try to be cute. Most of what they point out is obvious to me and I knew it without their telling me. Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Flanders is a webmaster at Lightspeed.net & an HTML instructor.

Willis has been a graphic designer for 18 years and is president and principal designer at Willis Design Studios.

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