Son of Web Pages that Suck: Learn Good Design by Looking at Bad Design, Volume 1

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SYBEX, 2002 - Computers - 295 pages
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Son of Web Pages That Suck is the sequel to the best-selling Web Pages That Suck. This version again features a beautiful four-color design and Vincent Flanders' down-to-Earth, humorous approach to presenting Web design concepts and techniques. The book teaches readers how to critique bad web pages and learn from their mistakes so that they can understand effective web design concepts and apply the ractical, hands-on guidance to create site make-overs. As with the first edition, inspiration is drawn from 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; and USA Today's Hot Site.

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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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