Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide

Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide (Beginner’s Guide (Osborne Mcgraw Hill))

ESSENTIAL SKILLS FOR FIRST-TIME DESIGNERS: Learn the basics of Web design from the tutorials and examples in this easy-to-follow, project-based guide. Web design expert Wendy Willard takes you on a tour of the essentials of Web design, from analyzing your needs and planning your site to the nuts and bolts of page development with text, graphics, tables, frames, forms, scripts, and multimedia. You’ll also learn Web authoring technologies like JavaScript, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), HTML/XHTML,

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  1. Review by for Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide (Beginner’s Guide (Osborne Mcgraw Hill))
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    I taught a Web design course in which I used both of Wendy Willard’s books (Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide and HTML: A Beginner’s Guide). There is overlap, of course, but the pair worked quite well as a tandem. In fact, the students gave me a lot of positive feedback on the books. We focused on the Web Design book and used the HTML book primarily as a reference.Web Design is a very straightforward presentation of design fundamentals. It was refreshing to find in the book so many bits of design advice that I have pedaled. Moreover, the writing is lively and concise.The publisher makes available a CD-ROM that contains PowerPoint lectures, a test bank, and an instructor’s manual. I can’t comment on the test bank — I seldom use them — but I found the lectures to be useful as starting points for my own in-class presentations. The book would be improved by more depth in topics such as navigation, information architecture, and usability. Navigation is mentioned but probably warrants its own chapter in a Web design book. In sum, this is a very good book for a first course in Web design.

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    I am a graphic designer with firm roots in print design–getting into design for the Web has been a daunting prospect. This book is incredibly easy to understand and perfect for an absolute beginner like myself. It provides an excellent jumping-off point into more advanced design and production strategies, even if you are using a WYSIWYG Web page editor. I have been told time and again that even while using a graphical editor like Adobe’s GoLive, it is still important to know basic HTML coding–this book even makes HTML approachable! I would recommend it to anyone who is brand new to Web design.

  3. Review by John Thompson for Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide (Beginner’s Guide (Osborne Mcgraw Hill))
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    I bought this author’s first book, HTML: A Beginner’s Guide, and I loved it. Hence, when I saw this book on Amazon, I preordered it. In short, it is excellent. This author really understands her subject matter, and she has a knack for conveying complex concepts in terms that are easy to understand. If you want to learn about the intricacies of Web Design, I highly recommend this book.

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