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Acceptable: A book with obvious wear. May have some damage to the cover but integrity still intact. The binding
Edition Number: 3
Format: Paperback Publication Year: 2009
Product Type: Textbook Language: English
Subject: Computers & Internet ISBN:

9780300137378

Web Style Guide : Basic Design Principles for Creating Web Sites by Patrick…

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Synopsis
Consistently praised in earlier editions as the best volume on classic elements of web site design, “Web Style Guide,” now in its Third Edition, continues its tradition of emphasis on fundamentals. Focusing on the needs of web site designers in corporations, government, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions, the book explains established design principles and how they apply in web design projects in which information design, interface design, and efficient search and navigation are of primary concern. New in this edition: –a full chapter devoted to Universal Usability–guidelines and techniques for creating universally usable designs–a full chapter on Information Architecture and how best to promote its robust development–information on Search Engine Optimization and the designs that improve it–techniques for using Cascading Style Sheets for layouts and typographic design–185 illustrations, all in full color This guide for Web designers offers advice on creating effective Web sites and pages. Focusing on the interface and graphic design principles, it looks at issues ranging from planning and organising goals to the elements of individual page design

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 0300137370
ISBN-13 9780300137378

Key Details
Author Patrick J. Lynch, Peter Morville, Sarah Horton
Number Of Pages 352 pages
Edition Description Guide (Instructor’s)
Format Paperback
Publication Date 2009-01-15
Language English
Publisher Yale University Press
Publication Year 2009

Additional Details
Edition Number 3
Copyright Date 2008
Illustrated Yes

Dimensions
Weight 17.6 Oz
Height 0.5 In.
Width 7 In.
Length 9 In.

Target Audience
Group Trade

Classification Method
LCCN 2008-020139
LC Classification Number TK5105.888.L96 2008
Dewey Decimal 006.7
Dewey Edition 22

Table Of Content
I. Nucleic Acids, Viruses and Protein Structure and Function1. Donald W. Mercer, Murray A. Varat, Robert M. Amory: Creatine Kinase Isoenzymes and the Diagnosis of Myocardial Infarction2. Hiroshi Ideguchi: Hereditary Spherocytosis3. Fragile X Syndrome Koji Narahara, Yuji Yokoyama4. Steven Jenison, Brian Hjelle: Human Immunodeficiency Viruses and the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome5. Harvey R. Kaslow, Michael E. Pichichero: Pertussis6. Shunji Mishiro, Koichi Kanai, Mineo Kojima: Fulminant Hepatitis B7. Samuel Charache, Ajovi B. Scott-Emuakpor: Sickle Cell AnemiaII. Metabolism and Energetics8. Ernest Beutler, Kevin Laubscher: Glucose 6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency9. Ian R. Holzman, J. Ross Milley: Neonatal Hypoglycemia and the Importance of Gluconeogenesis10. Susumu Tazuma, Goro Kajiyama: Jaundice and Gallstone Diseases11. Dorothy J. VanderJagt, Denis M. McCarthy: Pernicious Anemia12. David W. Jackson, William S. Hays: Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex Deficiency13. Krishnamurti Dakshinamurti, Barbara Triggs-Raine: Biotin and Multiple Carboxylase Deficiency14. Beulab M.Woodfin, Sanjeev Arora: Lactose Intolerance15. Harbajan S. Paul, Gail Sekas: Systemic Carnitine Deficiency: A Treatable Disorder16. Abbas E. Kitabchi, Joseph N. Fisher: Diabetes MellitusIII. Metabolism of Complex Molecules17. Kazuharu Murakami: Rhabdomyolysis and Acute Renal Failure18. Alan T. Remaley, Catherine M. Buley: Abetalipoproteinemia: A Disorder of Lipoprotein Assembly19. Simeon Margolis: Low-Density Lipoprotein Receptors and Familial Hypercholesterolemia20. Karl Tryggvason, Yoshifumi Ninomiya: Alport Syndrome (Hereditary Nephritis)21. Philip Reyes, William R. Galey, Jr.: Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency22. Ginji Endo, Shigeru Taketani: Lead Poisoning23. Yasuyuki Suzuki, Tadao Orii: Peroxisomal Disorders: Zellweger Syndrome and Adrenoleukodystrophy24. Saul W. Brusilow: Inborn Errors of Urea Synthesis25. Sarah Jane Schwartzenberg, Harvey L. Sharp: Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency26. John K. Scariano, Robert H. Glew: Gaucher Disease: A Sphingolipidosis27. James P. Chambers, Julian C. Williams: I-Cell Disease28. Alan T. Remaley: Phenylketonuria: Biochemical Basis of a Clinically Heterogeneous DisorderIV. Steroids29. B. Sylvia Vela: Cushing’s Syndrome30. Russell W. Chesney, Shermine Dabbagh: Rickets Caused by a Vitamin D DeficiencyV. Aspects of Infection and Pharmacology31. Management of Hypertension with Particular Attention to the Renin-Angiotensin System Yehuda Traub, Alvin P. Shapiro32. Adrian J. Thrasher, Anthony W. Segal: Chronic Granulomatous Disease

Reviews
“. . . It condenses common sense about what Web masters should think about before writing their first HTML tag. . . . [Lynch and Horton’s] concision and practicality seem sturdy enough to keep abreast of the Web’s velocity of change.”ï¿œGilbert Taylor, Booklist “. . . There are many books available on . . . Web design, but few cover so much in such a concise and well-written fashion. . . . Web design is . . . an adventure to an unknown and wild land. Take this book along with you as a guide.”�Greg Kearsley, Education Technology “. . . a non-geeky Web-design primer–a rule-of-thumb guide that calmly introduces you to the issues involved in developing a Web site. . . . what you need to know about Web-site design in plain language, with understandable examples. . . . this . . . book is a gem.”–Mary Creswell, Presentations “. . . a non-geeky Web-design primera rule-of-thumb guide that calmly introduces you to the issues involved in developing a Web site. . . . what you need to know about Web-site design in plain language, with understandable examples. . . . this . . . book is a gem.”Mary Creswell, Presentations “. . . a non-geeky Web-design primerï¿œa rule-of-thumb guide that calmly introduces you to the issues involved in developing a Web site. . . . what you need to know about Web-site design in plain language, with understandable examples. . . . this . . . book is a gem.”ï¿œMary Creswell, Presentations “. . . a non-geeky Web-design primer�a rule-of-thumb guide that calmly introduces you to the issues involved in developing a Web site. . . . what you need to know about Web-site design in plain language, with understandable examples. . . . this . . . book is a gem.”�Mary Creswell, Presentations “. . . covers all the basic elements of creating a Web site. . . . Authoritative factoids are sprinkled throughout . . . [and] serve to ground the book in logic while elevating it above some of the brightly colored hyperactive Web design manuals out there. . . . “–J. D. Biersdorfer, New York Times Circuits Section “Just as many writers reserve a space on their book shelves for the thin but essential work of William Strunk and E.B. White, a similar space should be hallowed out for The Web Style Guide.”ï¿œJohn Mello, HR Today “Lynch and Horton offer an informative book for Web designers who want to go beyond HTML to consider specific information architecture issues. The discussion on the use of tables for creating editorial layouts is particularly well written and important.”– Choice “The book has practical relevance for those of us who write and edit Web content. . . . a cohesive overview of the challenges and constraints that Web designers face and an insider’s knowledge of the architecture that makes Web pages go. . . .”–Stephanie Deming, Science Editor “This is one of the best design books that I”ve seen, catering specifically to information-oriented sites. . . . The Web would be an easier world to navigate if all Web designers read this book.”Deborah Lynne Wiley, Online “[A] highly readable guide to Web layout. The book overflows with innumerable examples and basic design tenets . . . beneficial for either newbie or trained expert alike. . . . [A] book to be read and studied by anyone looking to design a Web site.”Stuart J. Brown,Student Affairs On-Line “[A]n excellent, practical handbook. . . . [T]he book can be unreservedly recommended.”Tom Wilson,Information Research “[Lynch and Horton] concentrate on the application of fundamental design principles that create a useful, educational, Web experience.”Sam McMillan, Communication Arts ï¿œThe book has practical relevance for those of us who write and edit Web content. . . . a cohesive overview of the challenges and constraints that Web designers face and an insiderï¿œs knowledge of the architecture that makes Web pages go. . . .ᅵᅵStephanie Deming, Science Editor ï¿œ[A] highly readable guide to Web layout. The book overflows with innumerable examples and basic design tenets . . . beneficial for either newbie or trained expert alike. . . . [A] book to be read and studied by anyone looking to design a Web site.ᅵᅵStuart J. Brown, Student Affairs On-Line ï¿œ[A]n excellent, practical handbook. . . . [T]he book can be unreservedly recommended.ᅵᅵTom Wilson, Information Research �The book has practical relevance for those of us who write and edit Web content. . . . a cohesive overview of the challenges and constraints that Web designers face and an insider�s knowledge of the architecture that makes Web pages go. . . .��Stephanie Deming, Science Editor �[A] highly readable guide to Web layout. The book overflows with innumerable examples and basic design tenets . . . beneficial for either newbie or trained expert alike. . . . [A] book to be read and studied by anyone looking to design a Web site.��Stuart J. Brown, Student Affairs On-Line �[A]n excellent, practical handbook. . . . [T]he book can be unreservedly recommended.��Tom Wilson, Information Research

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