Research-Based Web Design and Usability Guidelines
Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services 2006
Number of pages: 294
This book provides the latest Web design guidance from the research and other forms of evidence. Primary audiences for the book are: Web managers, designers, and all staff involved in the creation of Web sites. Topics in the book include: home page design, page and site navigation, graphics and images, effective Web content writing, and search. A new section on usability testing guidance has been added.
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by Richard Rutter, Steven Marshall - webtypography.net
In this book, the reader is taken through the principles outlined in Robert Bringhurst's 'The Elements of Typographic Style' as they apply to visual design on the web. The book goes as far as implementation, complete with the code in HTML and CSS.
by Sarah Horton - New Riders Press
In this book you will find clear principles for using HTML and CSS to design functional and accessible Web sites; best practices for each of the main elements of Web pages; seasoned advice for using style sheets that provide flexibility; etc.
by Joe Clark - New Riders Press
In this book Joe Clark explains how to build accessible websites without sacrificing the visual sophistication. When you finish with this book, it will be time to upgrade your design skills to match your new mastery of accessibility.
by Scott Murray - O'Reilly Media
Create and publish your own interactive data visualization projects on the Web, even if you have no experience with either web development or visualization. It's easy with this hands-on guide. Written at an introductory level for designers.