I had this little book by Dan Cederholm
laying around for quite some time. I’ve bought it as a reference for when I would try to get my head around Sass
. Now I finally managed to write the review. Let’s get right into it.
One of the projects I've also
been working on in the past couple of months, is the redesign of a web site for one of our longterm clients, Exonet
, a Dutch Internet provider. Today I want to share my design process of this project, which involved my favourite mix: illustration work, combined with web site design & layout, and front-end coding.
If you are a passionate web professional, who cares about Web Standards and best practices, and you have heard of the term "progressive enhancement", but want to know all about it, than this book "Adaptive Web Design"
, by Aaron Gustafson, published by Easy Readers
, is definitely for you. This book will tell you what it means, how it works, and how it can fit into your workflow. Writing a review of this great little book has long been on my "todo" list. Finally I found some time, and here it is…
Hardboiled Web Design, by Andy Clarke
is a fabulous book aimed to web designers who want to learn about the creative opportunities offered by CSS3
, and who want to use it today. You don't need to know everything about CSS, but you need to be familiar with writing well-structured, meaningful HTML or XHTML markup and using CSS to implement your designs. While learning about the latest technologies on how to make your website and applications more creative, flexible and adaptive, this book also offers a fresh perspective on how to handle older, less capable browsers.
This book, Handcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web Design
, is all about innovative and effective CSS techniques to improve the user’s experience using a transitional approach we call progressive enrichment
. Dan’s book explores CSS3
techniques that work in today’s browsers. This book’s timing is just perfect, as I too believe that it is now time to start experimenting with it…