Secrets of Successful
Explains the process of Web development from both the client's and the contractor's point of view, with 15 detailed case studies of Web sites and the teams who put them together, and 11 chapters on methods for designing sites.
Don't Make me Think!
A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability
Usability design is one of the most important--yet often least attractive--tasks for a Web developer. In Don't Make Me Think, author Steve Krug lightens up the subject with good humor and excellent, to-the-point examples.
Explains basics in a non-intimidating style and an easy-to-follow format, offering tips, techniques, color design examples, and inspiration as well as numerous examples of what to avoid. Williams has written many books for computer users on design, desktop publishing, and digital technology.
Designing Web Graphics
Designing Web Graphics is continually revised and updated to cover the latest web technologies. The book features all new images and text, a new interior design, and a new cover. Written in Lynda's trademark style, Designing Web Graphics will provide extensive step-by-step coverage of how today's best and most-used web tools, including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Paint Shop Pro, Photo-Paint and more are used to create web images and media.
Coloring Web Graphics
Coloring Web Graphics.2 is designed to help artists, programmers, and hobbyists understand how to work with color and image file formats for Web delivery. Web browsers and different operating systems handle color in specific ways that many Web designers have never been made aware of. This book offers in-depth answers about color, from both an aesthetic and technical perspective, and details the design constraints that exist on the Web and how to work around them.