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Web site design reference materials
- Sterne, Jim. 1999. "Even a Child Can Do It...". Inc. Online
- Flanders, Vincent and Willis, Michael. 1999. "Web Pages that Suck: Learn Good Design by Looking at Bad Design." San Francisco:Sybex Inc.
This book is exactly what the title says. Mr. Flanders provides graphic examples of why good design principles are important in Web page design.
- Lynch, Patrick J., and Horton, Sarah. 1999. "Web Style Guide: Basic Design Principles for Creating Web Sites." New Haven:Yale University Press.
The best of its type for people who aren't graphic artists. This book is a practical and realistic discussion of Web site design.
- Niederst, Jennifer.(1999). Web Design in Nutshell O'Reilly Publishers.
- ISBN: 1-56592-165-8
- Musciano & Kennedy. (1998) HTML: The Definitive Guide 3rd Edition. O'Reilly Publishers.
- ISBN: 1-56592-235-2
- Spool, Jared M.; Scanlon, Tara; etal. 1999. Web Site Usability: A Designer's Guide. San Francisco: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc.
- Reports the authors' research on Web site usability. Results include findings that users' highest criteria is information content followed by ease of navigation.
- Castro, Elizabeth. HTML for the World Wide Web
- An excellent book for beginners, which is not expensive and very practical.
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- Garcia, ?. Redesigning Print for the Web. Hayden Books.
- A wonderful, visual book ... it helps us get over our predilection for seeing the Web as a printed page.
- Williams, Robin and Tollett, John. The Non-Designer's Web Book. Peachpit Press
- ISBN: 0-201-68859-X
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