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Web Design For BeginnersWeb Design For Beginners

Web Design For Beginners Web Design For Beginners 7th Edition

While some may be deterred by the seeming complexity of the web design process, first timers will find this newly revised edition of Web Design for Beginners to be an essential handbook. Spelling out all the basics, it will teach you how to use HTML and CSS to create and style your website, before honing the user experience with more advanced techniques. You will also discover how to use Photoshop to produce graphics, SEO to get your website recognised by the likes of Google, and social media buttons to boost your site’s interactivity. Featuring: Essential guide to web design - Discover why now is the time to start building your own website. An introduction to HTML - HTML is the basic building block of the web, is easy to learn and offers limitless possibilities. New ways to work with Photoshop - Should you design in Photoshop or the browser? Both mediums have their merits. The science of SEO - Find out just what it takes to get a site ranked highly on search engines.

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United Kingdom
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Future Publishing Ltd
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welcome to web design for beginners™

The Internet is ubiquitous across so many aspects of our lives that it’s difficult to imagine living without it. As a platform for consuming media, connecting with others and discovering new ideas and information, the web is unparalleled, and as such web design is a more prevalent and more important skill than ever. While some may be deterred by the seeming complexity of the web design process, first timers will find this newly revised edition of Web Design for Beginners to be an essential handbook. Spelling out all the basics, it will teach you how to use HTML and CSS to create and style your website, before honing the user experience with more advanced techniques. You will also discover how to use Photoshop to produce graphics, SEO to get your…

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essential guide to web design

The web made its debut back in 1991, adding a graphical user interface to the internet. As such, web design was born. In its infancy, web design was heavily restricted by technology and hardware, with a web presence being little more than black text on a white background. Thankfully, technology and web design have reached a far more creative and imaginative stage in their evolutions. Skipping past frames, tables and animated GIFs, web design has become far more sophisticated and will continue to grow and develop. Look back a couple of years and take note of what was ‘on trend’ and how the underlying infrastructure helped shape a website. The progression of web design has always gone hand-in-hand with technology, and technology never takes a backward step, which in turn means…

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what are html & css?

HTML and CSS are the key components for building web pages and sites – without them the web as we know it simply would not exist. In a nutshell, HTML provides the building blocks and structure while CSS provides the styling. HTML is made up of a whole host of tags which all have their own identity. These consist of an opening and closing tag with all the relevant content in between. For example, ‘web page content goes here’. HTML defines a whole series of tags, for example header, nav, footer, video, etc, which all have a semantic title making them easy to identify. Custom tags, or div tags as they are known, are created when a standard HTML tag cannot be used. Again these have their own individual identities. CSS…

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what makes a good site?

A well-conceived website is not only aesthetically pleasing, but also works under the hood as well. Soul Media (www.soulmedia.com.au) is a Melbourne-based digital agency that has put together a striking and well-constructed site that demonstrates the traits of good design. The home page makes an immediate impact with a big, bold image and relays the company message without too many distractions. The main image is a background image that scales with the browser window, ensuring that it works with all screen sizes. The site is also ‘responsive’, which means that it responds to the size of a screen and restyles to fit. This ensures that a site will work for smartphones, tablets and desktops. The site itself uses the popular one-page scrolling design. This negates the need to link to other…

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anatomy of a website

Websites by their very nature are made up of a few constituent parts that are arranged in a manner to suit the content. Typical websites are either two- or three-column layouts with a header and footer. What sets sites apart is the imagination and variations used in the construction of the constituent parts. Characteristically, the header of a website appears at the top of the page, the footer at the bottom of a page and the main content in between. Background images or colour will be used to create a canvas for the page. This applies to the best and worst of websites found on the web. Take a look at your favourite site and it is almost guaranteed to fit into the standard type of template. The key to a…

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what makes a good blog or social website?

Blog sites can be bland and boring. But there are hundreds, if not thousands, of blogs that have stepped outside the standard template to bring a splash of creativity and originality. Ultranoir (www.ultranoir.com) is an award-winning Parisian creative agency that has taken the blog format and created a striking and unique design. The Ultranoir blog, known as Blackstage, is a simple selection of posts, but the combination of fonts, typography, images, layout and effects make the blog a compelling, imaginative and engaging presence. The bespoke layout makes an immediate impression. The two-column arrangement does not simply stack post on top of post, but uses a combination of post sizes in a grid type layout to emphasise specific posts. The arrangement of individual posts does not stick to a rigid format,…

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