Exploring Web Design

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Cengage Learning, Nov 16, 2004 - Art - 192 pages
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Exploring Web Design provides a valuable introduction to the design fundamentals at work in all well-designed Web sites. The result of an award-winning Web designer’s mission to teach these building blocks in clear, direct, and non-technical language, this book delivers a solid design foundation in layout, typography, color, and usability. While recognizing the importance of Macromedia Flash TM and JavaScript, the author stresses that success comes from understanding design principles and how they apply to the world of the Web. Not just another book full of tips and tricks for creating hip Internet graphics, Exploring Web Design teaches the design theory that is essential to knowing how and why to use those cool Web effects.
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Jeremy Vest teaches Web design and design theory courses at Virginia College in Birmingham, Alabama. He has more than 70 professional Web site designs to his credit. Jeremy is an Adobe certified expert and a Certified Internet Webmaster Certified Instructor. Currently, Vest is the Art Director for Impact Advertising, overseeing graphic design, Web design and advertising for all seven Virginia College campuses.

William Crowson is assistant art director of an advertising agency, as well as a writer and computer graphics instructor. He is a Certified Internet Webmaster and an Adobe Certified Expert.

Shannon Pochran is a writer and Web designer. She earned her Internet Webmaster Certification and currently lives and works in Birmingham.

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