Tag: book

DOM Scripting – Book Review

DOM Scripting by Jeremy Keith is a great resource for any Web designer/developer.

Posted: January 15, 2007

Prioritizing Web Usability: Book Review

Prioritizing Web Usability by Jakob Nielsen and Hoa Loranger is a really valuable resource for anyone in the business of Web. The statistical data backing up the entire book really gets their message across and I definitely recommend this book.

Posted: November 20, 2006

Defensive Design for the Web Review

Oct 16, 2006 by Jonathan Christopher product ★★★★ Personally, I’m a big fan of the thought process behind Bulletproof Web Design. The idea of creating a design that can withstand virtually any change — within reason — seems great to me. Beyond making your site design bulletproof, you can also do quite a bit defensively […]

Posted: October 16, 2006

Don’t Make Me Think – Book Review

Aug 21, 2006 by Jonathan Christopher product ★★★★★ Usability is a subject, for one reason or another, that is often avoided by designers and developers. It is something that can’t be taught, or achieved by following a certain syntax, so many times it is looked at as an obstacle. In reality, it has a lot […]

Posted: August 21, 2006

Book Review: Sams JavaScript

If you haven’t ever come across any of the books in the Sams Teach Yourself <Insert Technology> in 24 Hours, the idea behind them is this: Each chapter can be read in one hour, and there are 24 chapters in the book. Therefore you can theoretically complete the book in a total of 24 hours. While some people may be misled into thinking that they’ll learn what they want in a day, it’s really just a clever gimmick — and for the most part, it works.

Posted: August 07, 2006