This text introduces traditional designers to the opportunities and pitfalls of Web design, covering every step of assembling pages, from such practical issues as pulling together a team with the appropriate skills, to the technical and design issues invovled in dealing with HTML and graphics.
Elements of Web Design introduces traditional designers to the opportunities and pitfalls of Web design. Assuming readers understand traditional design issues but not the specific demands of the Web, this book includes chapters on every step of assembling pages - from pulling together a team with the appropriate skills, to choosing the right design formats, to creating contracts with clients to reflect the ever-changing nature of Web pages.The work and wisdom of successful pioneers of Web design is highlighted throughout the book. Topics covered include creating an interface, the uses and limits of HTML, alternate formats such as Acrobat and SGML, formatting and preparing graphics, sound quality, animation, interactivity, and keeping a Web site fresh.
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