Principles of Web Design explains the concepts and principles that underlie Web design and prepares you to. .Unlike many trade books on Web design, this book is not light reading.
Unlike many trade books on Web design, this book is not light reading. It is worthwhile for its intended university audience and for the working professionals who desire to expand and strengthen their skill sets. As an information architect and usability specialist, I find it a valuable addition to my professional library.
Jean Farkas, Nettraco. But in contrast to trade books, Principles of Web Design offers a coherent, evolving framework of ideas. This product is part of the following series. Technical Communication. Over 150 illustrations contribute to the clarity of the presentation. Each chapter offers a broad range of discussion items, with an emphasis on intellectually stimulating questions that extend the student's thinking.
This is a conceptually rich book that teaches web design skills and offers practical guidance within a coherent framework of information-design principles an.
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By David K. Farkas, Jean Farkas, Sam Dragga. 10. Writing for the Web. 11. Graphic Design. Published by Pearson. Published Date: Oct 12, 2001. 1. Understanding the Web: A Designer's View. 13. Non-Hierarchical Information Structures. A. Twenty-Five Guidelines for Getting Started. D. Implementation Resources.
This book was helpful for my MA in Technical Communication. This was a required read.
David K. Farkas, Jean B. Farka. Published October 12, 2001 by Longman. There's no description for this book yet. Principles of Web Design (Part of the Allyn & Bacon Series in Technica. Are you sure you want to remove Principles of Web Design (Part of the Allyn & Bacon Series in Technical Communication) from your list? Principles of Web Design (Part of the Allyn & Bacon Series in Technical Communication). by David K. Farkas.
Dan Jones, Sam Dragga. Part of the new Allyn & Bacon Series in Technical Communication, Technical Writing Style is equally appropriate as a core text or as a supplement. It shows that technical prose style varies from the highly formal to the colloquial, from the pretentious to the plain, and it demonstrates the many stylistic strategies writers should consider for every technical document they write.
This book provides the necessary preparation for the breakneck speed of technical marketing communications in today's Internet economy
This book provides the necessary preparation for the breakneck speed of technical marketing communications in today's Internet economy. A progressive approach first explains the role and responsibility of marketing communication in a technology-filled world.
This is a conceptually rich book that teaches web design skills and offers practical guidance within a coherent framework of information-design principles and hypertext theory. With a very clear yet trim writing style and over 150 illustrations, this book offers a broad range of discussion items. An emphasis on intellectually challenging questions call for review and synthesis, problem solving, and the focused examination of Websites. A set of 30 "Quick Start" design principles enables readers to begin working on a project. Explanation of copyright issues include public domain content, fair use, and related issues. Emphasis on usability testing and other forms of evaluation teach the importance of involving users in the design process and help plan and conduct basic usability tests. For those interested in multimedia and web design.
Author: David K. Farkas,Jean Farkas,Sam Dragga Series Editor
Subcategory: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Publisher: Pearson; 1 edition (October 22, 2001)
Pages: 400 pages
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