Web Style Guide: Basic Design Principles for Creating Web Sites

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Yale University Press, 2001 - Computers - 223 pages
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This guide focuses on interface and graphic design principles underlying Web site design, and gives advice on issues ranging from planning and organizing goals, to design strategies for a site, to elements of individual page design. Addresses practical concerns of bending and adapting HTML to the purposes of graphic page design, and discusses issues and constraints of designing complex, multilayered sites. Includes a wealth of technical information on graphics and multimedia, illustrated with b&w photos and examples.

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About the author (2001)

Lynch is design director of the Center for Advanced Instructional Media at Yale University School of Medicine.

Patrick J. Lynch is director, Special Technology Projects, Office of the Director, Information Technology Services, Yale University. He lives in North Haven, CT. Sarah Horton is director of web strategy, design and infrastructure, Dartmouth College. She lives in Etna, NH.

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