334 pages. Topics covered include Sass, HTML5, and CSS3. Learn how to design for a multitude of devices, particularly mobile. Good step-by-step walkthrough, written in a conversational style. Very detailed, with coded examples and links.
This book is for those who already have a basic knowledge of web development; not for complete beginners.
The bindings of these books are of poor quality. Some found the pace of these to be slow, and the illustrations and diagrams to be unhelpful.
A beginners guided to web design basics. Topics include HTML, CSS, and responsive web design. Easy to read and use. 624 pages. Well designed, with a nice layout. Written in a friendly style. Includes helpful exercises and free online companion resources.
The ebook version is strangely formatted and hard to use (i.e. no page numbers). A good coverage of the basics, but lacking in depth.
5 sections take you from "Getting Started" to "Publishing and Site Maintenance." Covers HTML5, CSS3, and other core web design topics. 688 pages. Well written and useful, particularly as a reference book. Intermediate level.
Not really geared toward a beginning web designer. Some felt that it focuses too much on Adobe Dreamweaver.
Good introduction to web design. Everything from learning how to plan and develop your site to search engine optimization and promotion. 224 pages. Clear and understandable. Well laid out with a lot of examples. Inexpensive.
Some felt that it was a little too bare bones, and that it didn't get very deep into the various topics.
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Web Design - Start Here: A No-Nonsense, Jargon Free Guide to the Fundamentals of Web Design
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