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Web Standards Creativity: Innovations in Web Design with XHTML, CSS, & DOM Scripting (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 3 mar 2007

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Andy Budd is one of the founding partners at User Experience Design Consultancy, Clearleft. As an interaction design and usability specialist, Andy is a regular speaker at international conferences like Web Directions, An Event Apart, and SXSW. Andy curates dConstruct, one of the U.K.'s most popular design conferences. He's also responsible for UX London, the U.K.'s first dedicated usability, information architecture, and user experience design event. Andy was an early champion of web standards in the U.K. and has developed an intimate understanding of the CSS specifications and cross-browser support. As an active member of the community, Andy has helped judge several international design awards and currently sits on the advisory board for .NET magazine. Andy is also the driving force behind Silverbackapp, a low-cost usability testing tool for the Mac. Andy is an avid Twitter user and occasionally blogs at andybudd.com. Never happier than when he's diving in some remote tropical atoll, Andy is a qualified PADI dive instructor and retired shark wrangler.

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7 di 7 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Good Information -- Distracting Design 3 maggio 2007
Di Joshua K. Briley - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
There's no doubt the information in this book is great. Ian Lloyd's chapter on using the DOM to overcome some of the previously unnoticed shortcomings of print style sheets was particularly interesting.

The amount of information in the book is by no means overwhelming - its concise. Had the superfluous, non-illustrative design elements not been there, I estimate I could have read the book cover to cover on a short plane ride. Instead it's taken me a few long sittings and a few ibuprofen (to battle the headaches) to get in all the information.

The reason I didn't give this book five stars is because of the distracting nature of the design. This may seem nit-picky to some, but I think it becomes a usability/readability concern. It seems like every other page (give or take a few) is a different color, many with background images behind the text. Why? Maybe there's a reason... Maybe it's random. It's definitely distracting, taking away from the content itself.

It's understandable that the folks at Friends of Ed thought design embellishments would work with the underlying theme... IMHO, it's a little overdone.
3.0 su 5 stelle Collection of material already available on the web 14 marzo 2011
Di Craig Cecil - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I bought this book used for $2 and it's a good thing I did that, since almost all of the chapters are simply rehashes of previous material posted on the web. The book is divided into ten chapters, each one covering a particular topic and presented via a web standards-based project. And there are some heavy hitters authoring the chapters, including Andy Clarke, Cameron Adams, Derek Featherstone, etc. The real jewel here is Cameron Adam's chapter, "Creating Dynamic Interfaces Using JavaScript". There's some excellent techniques and lessons there that can be applied well beyond the described project. However, unless you want to pay for glossy paper and color screenshots, I would advise passing on this book (unless you can get it for less than $5), since you can find all of this material via simple Google searches or on the authors' websites.
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Best web design book yet 14 maggio 2007
Di Robert Behnke - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This is the best web design book that I have found yet. Inspiring examples that use practical applications and will fuel your desire to learn more. This book is also beautifully designed... usually I highlight in my books but not this one... I will only tag it with sticky notes. Not a beginner's book. You may understand some of the example but most concepts, I feel, will be lost on the reader. If you are new to web design, I would suggest reading beginning CSS Web Development: From Novice to Professional, then CSS Mastery, then getting into this book. As a web designer, I would suggest that you learn CSS... and learn it well before you start building pages for clients or you may find yourself rebuilding may of your pages.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Great content in need of a redesign 10 maggio 2007
Di Nora Brown - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I absolutely agree with one of the other reviewers who mentioned the extremely distracting design of this book. Whoever made the bizarre decision to make EVERY SINGLE page a different color, often printed with background images, should think about some of the authors' principals of accessibilty, and design not interfering with content. It makes it impossible to jump to a specific section or go back in the text and find anything.

Aside from the ill-conceived design, this book is excellent. Each author delves into not just "tips and tricks" but how to refine and improve a design, and implement that more sophisticated design on the web.
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5.0 su 5 stelle A rare resource: Anecdotes with code! 8 marzo 2009
Di Trevor Burnham - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I'd highly recommend this to any intermediate-level web designer: Someone who knows the basics of XHTML and CSS, but could learn a lot from reading real stories from professionals about problems they've encountered and the solutions they used. This glossy, nicely-designed book is rich in both inspiring graphics and clean code.