Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide Second Edition

Essential Skills–Made Easy!

Create professional-quality web sites in no time with help from hands-on tutorials. Fully updated to cover the latest technologies and techniques, Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide, Second Edition, explains how to analyze site requirements and create a web-development proposal to plan and document your project. You’ll learn how to design an attractive, easy-to-use web site, focusing on key issues such as color, layout, navigation, typography, and images. Discover how to incorporate JavaScript, cascading style sheets (CSS), HTML/XHTML, Flash, and more to take your design from mockup to code. Boosting web site traffic through search engine optimization, e-mail design, and online advertising is also covered in this fast-paced guide.

Designed for Easy Learning

  • Key Skills & Concepts–Chapter-opening lists of specific skills covered in the chapter
  • Ask the Expert–Q&A sections filled with bonus information and helpful tips
  • Notes–Extra information related to the topic being covered
  • Tips–Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things
  • Annotated Syntax–Example code with commentary that describes the programming techniques being illustrated

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Wendy Willard is a designer, consultant, writer, and educator who has been involved in web design for more than 13 years. She is the author of HTML: A Beginner’s Guide, Fourth Edition, and other books.

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3 thoughts on “Web Design: A Beginner’s Guide Second Edition

  1. Not only does it give you the vocabulary to talk intelligently with actual designers and express clearly what you want … I’m not a designer or design student and never will be. But this book is incredibly helpful for anyone planning to tackle a web site on their own or with professional help. Not only does it give you the vocabulary to talk intelligently with actual designers and express clearly what you want and need from your site, but also explains what’s possible given the limitations of your potential users and your site manager, the pros and cons of different equipment, and clear explanations of what drives…

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