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  • A Practical Guide to Designing for the Web (Mark Boulton)

    This book aims to teach you techniques for designing your website using the principles of graphic design. Featuring five sections, each covering a core aspect of graphic design: Getting Started, Research, Typography, Colour, and Layout.

  • Adaptive Web Design: Crafting Rich Experiences

    This book frames the web design process in the lens of progressive enhancement. You will learn how content strategy, UX, HTML, CSS, responsive web design, JavaScript, server-side programming, and performance optimization all come together.

  • Access by Design: A Guide to Usability for Web Designers

    This book demonstrates how to create sites in which any user, regardless of accessibility needs, can access every element, even if they have an outdated search engine, slow modem, small device, or other less-than-optimal conditions.

  • Research-Based Web Design and Usability Guidelines

    This book have been widely used by government, private, and academic institutions to improve Web design. Topics in the book include: home page design, page and site navigation, graphics and images, effective Web content writing, and search.

  • Building Accessible Websites (Joe Clark)

    Using a strategic approach to the issues in a journalistic style, this book will be a foundation for how people think about this issue going forward-the first book people would read on the topic, before delving into the minutiae of the moment.

  • Web Style Guide: Basic Design Principles for Creating Web Sites

    The book begins the presentation of its helpful and forward-looking advice with a discussion of the overall process of defining the objectives and users of your Web site, as well as the goals you will use to measure your progress.

  • The Elements of Typographic Style Applied to the Web

    The typographic rules in this book aren't specific to particular software. You can apply these rules in just about any modern page-layout program or word processor - it skipped implementation issues that are especially basic or especially complicated.

  • Butterick's Practical Typography (Matthew Butterick)

    The typographic rules in this book aren't specific to particular software. You can apply these rules in just about any modern page-layout program or word processor - it skipped implementation issues that are especially basic or especially complicated.

  • HTML5 for Web Designers (Jeremy Keith)

    HTML5 isn't as confusing as it once was, but it still isn't straightforward. In this brilliant and entertaining user's guide, the author cuts to the chase, with crisp, clear, practical examples, and his patented twinkle and charm. You'll be up to speed in no time.

  • The Basics of User Experience (UX) Design (Mads Soegaard)

    If you're looking to gain an introduction into the world of user experience (UX) design - or maybe even freshen up your knowledge of the field - then this UX design book is the ideal place to start.

  • The Psychology of Menu Selection (Kent L. Norman)

    Menu selection is emerging as an important mode of human/computer interaction. This book, devoted to the topic, provides detailed theoretical and empirical information of interest to software designers and human/computer interaction specialists, etc.

  • Evil by Design: Design Patterns that Lead Us into Temptation

    This book melds psychology, marketing, and design concepts to show why we're susceptible to certain persuasive techniques. Packed with examples from every nook and cranny of the web, it provides easily digestible and applicable patterns.

  • Search User Interfaces (Marti A. Hearst)

    This book focuses on the human users of search engines and the tool they use to interact with them: the search user interface. The truly worldwide reach of the Web has brought with it a new realization among computer scientists and laypeople of the enormous importance of usability and user interface design.

  • Building Web Apps for Everyone (Adam D. Scott)

    This book provides several options and best practices for using progressive enhancement, accessibility design, and inclusive web forms in your application. These features will help your online product fulfill Tim Berners-Lee's promise of a global communication network that enables everyone with a connection to participate fully.

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