- 200 illustrations
- 168 pages
- 280 x 216 mm
- ISBN 9781856697392
- Published October 2011
There are books on the nuts and bolts of web design and there are books about website aesthetics, showcasing examples of good design. How to Design Websites contains the essentials of both, addressing the skillsets required to produce websites that are functional and elegant – but from a graphic designer’s perspective. It demonstrates that you can design a working website in minutes without the need for expensive programs.
Chapters include Code, Layout, Text and Typography, and Images and Colour Schemes. Useful ‘tips and tricks’ panels are included, as well as step-by-step projects ––such as how to produce a portfolio site – that will be of interest to design students and to graduates of all disciplines. Inspirational ‘Trailblazer’ case studies showcase the best of contemporary designers and their work. Blogs, Facebook, Flickr and HTML5, and new ways of using the web, such as mobile phones and netbooks, are also discussed.
'Bridging the oft-segregated world of technical site-making and the aesthetic realms of web design, this Laurence King release does a fine job of negotiating the demands of both topics.'
Computer Arts Magazine
- A beautiful book Review by Rose Marshack
Rose Marshack, College of Fine Arts, Illinois State University. (Posted on 12/14/12)
This title is available as an e-book from the following providers:
CourseSmart (available in the US only)
'Bridging the oft-segregated world of technical site-making and the aesthetic realms of web design, this Laurence King release does a fine job of negotiating the demands of both topics.' Computer Arts Magazine