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Creating Killer Web Sites: Art of Third-generation Web Site Design [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

David Siegel
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31. Oktober 1997
For courses in Web Design. Creating Killer Web Sites was the first true design book for the Web. It became the best-selling book on the Internet in 1996 and has been translated into ten languages. It has taught an entire generation of site designers how to get control over the ir pages. It shows, in practical terms, the fundamentals of design applied to the Web. Now completely updated! Every chapter has new material! In this expanded second edition, you'll find the techniques and principles you need to build sites for today's 4.0 and the coming 5.0 browsers. Much of the book has been rewritten with new tips, new tools, updated HTML, and an emphasis on cross- browser compatibility. There are three new chapters on strategies designers will need to know going forward, including a detailed style-sheet tutorial.

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  • Taschenbuch: 305 Seiten
  • Verlag: Hayden; Auflage: 2nd (31. Oktober 1997)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1568304331
  • ISBN-13: 978-1568304335
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 25,5 x 20,4 x 1,9 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 3.7 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (71 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 158.735 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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David Siegel's classic guide to good taste in Web design has been completely overhauled in this second edition. Every chapter has been reworked, repurposed, and rewritten with over 100 new pages and 150 new illustrations, new information on 4.0 browser design, and a comprehensive guide to Style Sheet implementations for both Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer. Those who enjoyed Creating Killer Web Sites the first time around will doubtlessly benefit from this new edition, which is meant as a continuation of the first book rather than a simple update. At the same time, anyone who has never read the first edition will be able to pick up this new edition without having missed a beat. Siegel's accompanying Web site (www.killersites.com) contains supplemental information as well as chapters from the first edition that didn't make the 2.0 cut.

More of a style guide than an HTML guide, Creating Killer Web Sites is concerned with the building of Third-Generation sites, Web sites that are conceived by design and not by technological ability. Siegel and his helpers at Studio Verso overview a wide variety of topics, including a history of browsers, how to use specific HTML tags, how to select software tools, and advice on pure aesthetic design. Like the first edition, the second edition of the book contains an attractive design, a graphic on every page, and screen shots of successful Web pages that will set any designer's wheels in motion.

There is a great deal of information to absorb here and whether you agree with all, some, or none of the advice, you'll still be left with plenty to think about. If you're brand new to Web site creation, this is an excellent introduction to the ideas involved with site design. However, because Creating Killer Web Sites is not a tutorial or HTML reference, you will need to supplement it with one.

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For courses in Web Design. Creating Killer Web Sites was the first true design book for the Web. It became the best-selling book on the Internet in 1996 and has been translated into ten languages. It has taught an entire generation of site designers how to get control over the ir pages. It shows, in practical terms, the fundamentals of design applied to the Web. Now completely updated! Every chapter has new material! In this expanded second edition, you'll find the techniques and principles you need to build sites for today's 4.0 and the coming 5.0 browsers. Much of the book has been rewritten with new tips, new tools, updated HTML, and an emphasis on cross- browser compatibility. There are three new chapters on strategies designers will need to know going forward, including a detailed style-sheet tutorial.

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1.0 von 5 Sternen Be very careful when purchasing this book 17. Juli 2000
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This book should be called "Creating Killer web sites WITH Photoshop 4". The techniques are made for Photoshop 4. If you do not use that program do not buy this book as it is expensive. Secondly the advice on web site creation from the book is outdated and out moded. Even the author has recanted and said that the way web design is out lined in this book IS NOT the way to go. He flip flops and totally does a 180 in his new book "Secrets of Succesful web sites". Therefore this book is 1) expensive 2) oudated 3) over rated 4) a waste of time and money 5) by the authors own admission- flawed Skip it....
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Okay, people, last time I'm gonna say this. 24. Februar 2000
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This is the worst book on Web design. Ever. Period. It teaches you everything you should not do when designing a Web site.
It teaches you how to make pretty sites. Yippee. Your site won't even get half downloaded before the user moves on to some site that delivers the data with speed and clarity, rather than obfuscates it with excessive graphics.
Siegel is a print designer. He is NOT a Web designer. Despite his attempt to convince you of the latter in this book, he is NOT. He moved from print to Web, but apparently forgot to switch paradigms. His dream of a Web in print form has consistently been proven to not work. His mouth froths with this dogma about "third-generation Web design", complete with a big-worded description apparently intended to convince the PHBs of his intellectual superiority, as any good consultant does, but he fails to mention that no one who really uses the Web to hunt for information cares about or even wants this dreck. Installing this methodology almost surely costs you more than it gives you, unless your site is wholly visual (like an art site) and has no real information to offer, only aesthetic pleasure. This does not describe the typical business Web site.
Yet somehow, this book continues to get high ratings. Some people even go as far as to proclaim him as some form of demigod who created Web design as we know it today. I have two theories on this.
1. It's the Dilbert effect, and all these high rating people are PHBs who like the book because it features "pretty" sites and don't have a clue about how the Web really functions (I already covered this point, really).
2.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Woefully Wrong Headed 30. Juli 1999
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There is really only one criterion for judging a successful Web site: do visitors ever come back? Having taken one look at killersites.com, I found absolute zero interesting content and will never grace Mr. Siegel's server logs again. What more is there to see? You get your fancy graphics on your way down the "entry-tunnel", you think to yourself, "My, what a pretty picture, but I came here to learn about Web site design...where's the content?"
Problem is, Mr. Siegel prefers style over substance and before you find anything useful, you've become so frustrated waiting for the stupid flashing gifs and JavaScript to download and render that you bail out without even _THINKING_ about exiting through the "exit tunnel."
Obviously, David Siegel has no idea what the Web is all about. Allow me to quote from someone who DOES know what the Web can accomplish:
"Start by putting yourself in your users' shoes. Why are they coming to your site? If you look at some Web sites, you'd presume that the answer is "User is extremely bored and wishes to stare at a blank screen for several minutes while a flashing icon loads, then stare at the flashing icon for a few more minutes." Academic computer scientists refer to this process of fitting software systems to people as "user modeling."
-- Philip Greenspun, Philip and Alex's Guide to Web Publishing. I have nothing against "pretty" or "fancy" sites, but think for a moment the sites that keep you coming back. amazon.com is a perfect example: slim on graphics, low-tech front-end, no "entry" or "exit" tunnels leading YOU around the nose as if you couldn't think without the help of the ever-so-knowledgeable graphic designer.
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One great gauge of a technical books usefulness is if it grabs you with techniques and examples which lead you to say "I (or we) need to do that!" several times. Reading Creating Killer Web Sites was like that. I found myself constantly thinking of applications for our own web publications and saying just that. Creating Killer Web Sites (2nd edition) is stimulating and chock full of great ideas for web design. It is concerned with the building of what the author calls "Third-Generation sites". These are web sites that are conceived by design and not just by technological ability. The book is my first introduction to actual design issues on the web. Most of the time I have, I admit it, focused on the technical issues of what can be done rather than how it looks. This is probably a common error to all start up's. However "Third-generation" web developers have evolved beyond technical issues to a wedding of the technology and aesthetics which are peculiar to the World Wide Web. A balance of functionally and design. It would have been quite unsatisfying for the focus be just on ascetics. Developers need actual how to's. The book satisfies by providing plenty of roll up your sleeves, lets get to work technical issues as well. The nitty gritty how to use specific HTML tags, how to select software tools, the latest on CSS, and covers the issues involved with color reduction giving concrete examples on how to deal with them. If you use photoshop you will feel right at home here as many of his examples show you how to optimize your work flow. You'll also find techniques and principles which you will need to build sites for today's 4.0 and the coming 5.0 browsers. Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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2.0 von 5 Sternen disappointed
Based on the high reviews for this book, I was excited to pick this one up. (Although I wasn't pleased about the hefty price tag. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 1. August 2000 veröffentlicht
4.0 von 5 Sternen This is a historically important book for web design
If in about 5-10 years, someone chose to write a book about the development of web design, this book would rank at or near the top. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 28. Juli 2000 von makiwi
5.0 von 5 Sternen Still cutting edge after all these years
David Siegel is truly a master of this craft. Despite flames by his obviously narrow-minded, envious detractors, Siegel's message is this: unify graphic and informational content... Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 7. Juli 2000 veröffentlicht
4.0 von 5 Sternen Good as a reference, not a primer
I agree with most of the reviewers who stress Web content over style and who criticize the design practices in this book. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 6. Juli 2000 von C. Colt
4.0 von 5 Sternen Fifth star will be for the next edition.
David Siegel is a master. Watch his web site. It is a perfect complement to the book. Because Siegel masters every aspect of web publishing you are sure to find whatever you are... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 12. Mai 2000 von www.delalonde.com
4.0 von 5 Sternen This book made me into a good Web Designer
I can't understand why someone can give only 1 Star to this book. It's the best timeless Web Design book on the earth! Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 7. April 2000 von Oliver Schmid
4.0 von 5 Sternen A good piece of the puzzle
The Web isn't just about graphics or just about information - it's about both. Yes, if I'm looking for information while writing a paper, I want it be be quick and easy to find. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 29. März 2000 von Brian Issleb
4.0 von 5 Sternen Still an Enlightening Guide
This is by far the best book on good site design. The three parts of the book deal with design basics (images, types, layout, etc. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 19. März 2000 von Gadgester
4.0 von 5 Sternen Helpful insight into the web design process
Some of the reviews for this book are way too harsh! I found the book extremely helpful for learning about color pallettes, manipulating file size, overcoming browser... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 14. März 2000 von Cindy
4.0 von 5 Sternen A good book to build a base in web design
Some of the reviews of this book are just plain stupid. Yes, information exchange is the most important thing, but a site also needs to look good. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 2. März 2000 von erikv
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