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This third edition explains the connection between a detailed design plan that considers audience needs, site purpose, and various technical issues of a successful Web site. Written for an introductory course, the text offers a variety of challenging written and hands-on activities at the end of each chapter that test comprehension, build Web research skills and design awareness, and provoke thought regarding current issues in technology. Web Design, Third Edition reveals useful design concepts and techniques typically not addressed in HTML or Web authoring texts, and is written in a style that makes the concepts presented easy to understand.
- Uses real-world examples and up-to-date design tools to illustrate the basic concepts and principles of good Web design.
- Encourages students to apply Web design concepts through multiple hands-on Your Turn activities in each chapter.
- Enriches chapter topics with Q&A elements, Design Tips, and @Source online references.
- Challenges students to research, analyze, and report on real-world Web design issues through the @Issue, Hands On, and Team Approach end-of-chapter exercises.
- Provides a running case study in which students apply Web design concepts as they plan and create their own Web site
2. Web Publishing Fundamentals.
3. Planning a Successful Web Site: Part 1.
4. Planning a Successful Web Site: Part 2.
5. Typography and Images.
6. Multimedia and Interactivity Elements.
7. Promoting and Maintaining a Web Site.
A: Design Tips.
B: HTML Quick Reference.
C: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).