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Taking Your Talent to the Web: A Guide for the Transitioning Designer (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – apr 2001

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Jeffrey Zeldman has been designing websites since the Crimean War. His personal website at http://www.zeldman.com has been visited by millions. Jeffrey is the publisher and creative director of A List Apart (http://www.alistapart.com), a weekly magazine "For People Who Make Websites"; cofounder and leader of the advocacy group, The Web Standards Project (http://www.webstandards.org); and founder of Happy Cog (http://www.happycog.com), a web design agency. He is a featured columnist for publications including Adobe Web Center, PDN-Pix Magazine, and Crain's Creativity Magazine and speaks at web and design conferences around the world. But what he really wants to do is direct.

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4.0 su 5 stelle Dated but still very valuable 30 dicembre 2007
Di Cynthia Ferree - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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It's now over 6 years since this book came out and it still has a tremendous amount of relevance. I am rereading it again and stop by every now and then in hopes that a new edition will come out. I have all the other Zeldman books and they are all useful, but nothing approaches how much I learned from this book. It amazes me how much of the content is still applicable. Anyone who's been doing this since the book came out can make mental notes about what has changed. A proponent of CSS before it was practical (really), Jeffrey seems to have planned a long shelf life for this book.

If you're a graphic designer who is entering web development (which is a large segment), it's still a must read, but beware the 4.x browser version suggestions, and don't bother to try and support tables any more. It's not necessary, and it's bad form for oh, so many reasons. Everything else in the book is absolutely essential for the transition. Your best bet would be to read it and ask questions from someone who's been developing websites for a long time (and is open to web standards).

And if you've been building these things for a long time, it's still a great book to revisit at least yearly.

You can't really go wrong with a Zeldman book, imho, at least so far. If he writes something on knitting, I can't guarantee it...
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5.0 su 5 stelle Jeffery Zeldman Speaks--Better Listen! 5 giugno 2001
Di Mrs Cat - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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When I bought Zeldman's book I expected to get a clutch of juicy Crimean War Stories about web design. What I did get was a supremely practical guide to using web design painlessly and effectivly. This is a useful book which answers tough, intuitive questions that nobody else knows the answer to (and will never admit it). For instance, what is the best way to make your text look good on the internet if you are handling it from an "Illustrator-type" of image? Why does CorelDraw/Photopaint default to saving images for the web in 96 dpi? There IS a reason, read this book and find out what it is. Want to use CSS? What unit of measure is the best for text? Once you read this book you will KNOW. If you are a beginner or an intermediate web designer, this book is right up your alley. Don't miss Taking Your Talent To The Web--it is a classic from a wise man.-
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5.0 su 5 stelle One of the Best Web Design Books 1 giugno 2001
Di vanderwal - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Taking your Talent... is a great book for those just entering into Web design and development as well as a great reference for those with years of experience. The book is written in a conversational manner that makes its use a pleasure. Building and designing for the Web has many frustrations and limitations, Zeldman offers reasoning and explanations for why things are the way they are on the Web and how to work around them (where possible). Knowing the limitations is one of the most helpful components of learning to build for the Web. This book offers great code samples to get one started on their way to building the common components that are used around the Web.
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5.0 su 5 stelle So much more than I expected 6 gennaio 2002
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I've been burned before buying books authored by well-known web personalities. Not this time. This book was much MORE than I expected. I'm a professional web designer and I couldn't put this book down. The tone is engaging and Zeldman's humor is refreshing. Zeldman has a wonderfully open vision of the web and his advice is spot on. Whether you are a transitioning designer or a developer/back-end person, this book will save you time and help you communicate better with your team and your clients. Bless Zeldman for all his efforts for open standards and consistent web standards. He makes the case better than anyone.
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5.0 su 5 stelle As readable as it is smart 16 luglio 2001
Di Un cliente - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Zeldman not only demonstrates how paper-&-ink designers can transfer skills to a new world -- he accomplishes something amazing that every designer can learn from: He makes reading and learning fairly arcane material fun! The subject matter could be horribly stuffy, dense or snooty with that inimitable High-Design arrogance (and I have a shelf stacked with books that prove it!). Instead, his easy style and engagement with his readers does exactly what he suggests good design should do. It carries you forward with anticipation instead of pain. Great book!