Book Review: Web Design for Developers
Feb 01, 2010, 19:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"While there can be some overlap between web designers and web
developers, they tend to define their own specific worlds. However,
what if a programmer would also like to be better at design? Where
does he or she go? Turns out Brian Hogan and the folks at Pragmatic
thought in that direction as well and came up with Web Design for
Developers. I guess the title gives it away. But is this book just
for programmers who want to learn design?
"On the surface, the answer to that question seems to be "yes".
You've created a killer web app but the appearance of said-killer
app looks lousy...or at least doesn't look as good as you'd like it
to be. Of course, you probably know someone who could help out with
the design, but it might be nice to be able to do the job yourself.
How to begin? The blurb on the back cover mentions magic words such
as PhotoShop and CSS so I'm guessing that's where you'd start. I
still can't imagine that a book like this is only for programmers,
though. Let's dig a little deeper."