The tech book, redesigned...
The design of programming books has traditionally been quite intimidating and uninspiring. That's why we completely rethought the tech book to make it accessible, relevant, and attractive to a whole new group of readers.
After all, it's not just professional web designers and programmers who need to know HTML & CSS; designers, bloggers, content and e-commerce managers, marketers, artists, bands, plumbers, any small businesses who wants a web presence, they all benefit from learning a little bit of code.
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Printed in full color, using a vibrant palette to distinguish between different types of code
Large infographics on double-page spreads simplify new or complex concepts
Attractive code samples to make to make beautiful web sites (shot in studio settings)
LEARN HOW TO
- Read and write HTML5 + CSS3
- Structure and design web pages
- Prepare images, audio, video
- Control typography and layout
ABOUT THE PUBLISHER
Wiley (NYSE: JWA) is a global publishing company that specializes in academic titles whose imprints include For Dummies, Frommer's, Wrox Press, Bloomberg Press, Sybex, Wiley-Blackwell.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jon Duckett is a digital creative director who has written over a dozen books on web design and programming, covering acronyms from ASP to XML - with lots of other letters of the alphabet in between. He lives in London.