- Taschenbuch: 901 Seiten
- Verlag: Sybex Inc., London (30. April 1998)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0782122019
- ISBN-13: 978-0782122015
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 5,7 x 19 x 22,9 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 11 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 4.199.407 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Web by Design, The Complete Guide: The Complete Reference (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. April 1998
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A guide book which addresses all the critical design and technology challenges that Web designers face today.
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This book is a great textbook for web design, if you are a novice or possess extensive experience. For the beginner, the book covers all the web technologies and organizes and structures them based on basic publishing theory. For the advanced user, the book keys into details that are often overlooked, yet make a difference in terms of web design quality.
But when you buy the book, and actually sit down to read it, you discover that the first impression just doesn't hold up. First of all, the author, Molly Something, is completely obsessed with herself. The book contains tons of examples, links and images of herself. Even the examples have herself spattered all over them. The second thing that annoys me is that Molly obviously thinks she is in the front of web-publishing, pushing the boundries and making the best sites. This is simply not true. Although the book clearly shows a good path to follow when developing a web site, Molly isn't clever enough to use them practically, resulting in second class web-sites. The design-studio site is an example of this. Fair enough, but not in any means a great site. She breaks all the rules she has set in the book, like not keeping the colors consistant throughout the site, and having navigational icons without descriptions.
The book has also tons and tons of useless code. It is just not interesting, leave it out!
This is just some of the flaws in web by design. Most annoying is the fact that Molly has to have her life, thoughts and images all over the book, examples and tips. Pardon me, but I want to learn how to set up a style-sheet, not listen to how Molly used to be a party-girl, and how her old boyfriend treated her.
The book does an ok job setting up a strategy for developing a web-site. Not great, not fabulous, just ok. Mix this with the annoying things mentioned above, and you have a book not worth buying.
It contains a whopping 901 pages filled with quality advice from a professional web designer. You learn how to use graphics effectively, the principals of layout, the science of typography, how color and shape can be used, how to write and structure content, and much, much more. The well-written Web by Design also comes with a 32 page full-color insert on the 216 Web-safe colors and color combinations, as well as reviews, quizes, and its very own website.
Overall, Web By Design is a fabulous book that is perfect for those who have at least some HTML background, as well as experts in graphic design, advertising, and printing who wish to expand their skills into web design.
It's not subtitled "The Complete Guide" without reason.
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