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Any artist can tell you that you have to know how a medium works to get the most impact from working in it. A basic understanding of how the Web works enables the good designer to create the most effective sites. This book thoroughly discusses the different kinds of graphics that are used on the Web, when to use one over another, how to make the most of text styles, and how to design navigation systems.
The comparisons are the best stuff here--good design vs. bad design, why designing Web pages is different from designing printed pages, and why a site looks terrific on one monitor but terrible on another. Two chapters on properly preparing graphics and setting typography for use on a Web site describe how to avoid obvious mistakes that would make your work look amateurish.
Not limited to design, The Non-Designer's Web Book shows how to get a site up and running, register the domain name, and add it to search engines. After the design is finished and implemented, the site has to be uploaded and updated; this is explained, too.
If there is one fault with this book, it's the lack of information on specific authoring tools. The barest overview of the current crop of tools appears in chapter 3, "Just What Are Web Pages, Anyway?", but a discussion of why you should choose one package over another is absent.
Don't let that fault stop you from buying this book, however. Plenty of magazines regularly have Web authoring tool "shootouts." What the magazines don't do, and what The Non-Designer's Web Book excels at, is tell you how to make well-designed pages. If you're going to build Web sites, for either personal or professional use, but you have no clue where to begin, start with this book. It's easy to read, devoid of confusing jargon, and full of dos and don'ts to help you avoid common snags. --Mike Caputo
Imagine a how-to book you can't wait to get back to. The authors address to my need for organizing thoughts and files and give me clear directions-- helping me understand how to... Lesen Sie weiter...Am 13. Mai 2000 veröffentlicht
When i bought this book i didnt have a clue how to design web sites,other web design books i have read i get bored and just put them to one side,but this book i had fun reading... Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 4. Mai 2000 von kara remick
This is a great book! I am not very computer-programming or web design literate, but this helped me get my own website up and running!Am 14. März 2000 veröffentlicht
...and I was not disappointed! I want to thank all the people that reviewed this book before me. The positive comments helped me purchase a GREAT book that I would not have found... Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 12. März 2000 von Shineylewis
While more experienced HTML coders will be able to skip the first few chapters, this book is still a valuable resource for any skill level. Lesen Sie weiter...Am 4. Februar 2000 veröffentlicht
This book is really an outstanding guide and overview for beginners to web-design. It covers the whole picture from effectively using search engines to uploading your site. Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 5. Januar 2000 von Burzie
This book is definitely more than just a book on the basics of web design. It goes under the surface of complex things and covers themes like the principles of computer graphics in... Lesen Sie weiter...Am 30. Dezember 1999 veröffentlicht
I knew very little about designing a web site. This book was an easy and enjoyable read, as well as a handy reference at every phase of designing and publishing. Lesen Sie weiter...Am 20. November 1999 veröffentlicht
This book is highly readable and practical to any web designer. As a matter of fact, it's one book that ALL web designers should read! Why? Lesen Sie weiter...Am 25. September 1999 veröffentlicht