Taking Your Talent to the Web: A Guide for the Transitioning Designer Paperback
This detailed, intelligent guide is a how-to on transitioning from print to web by Jeffrey Zeldman.
It was written for print designers whose clients want websites, print art directors who’d like to move into full time web and interaction design, homepage creators who are ready to turn pro, and professionals who seek to deepen their web skills and understanding.
Access By Design: A Guide To Universal Usability For Web Designers
Sarah Horton‘s book is among a growing set of efforts to improve Web design for all users.
These strategies benefit users with visual, auditory, or mobility limitations and also bring gifts to older adults, users with cognitive limitations, users with low literacy, novice users, and others with particular needs.
The good news is that these same strategies also benefit all users.
The Woork Handbook
The Woork Handbook is focused around web design and programming and primarily deals with CSS, HTML, Ajax, web programming, Mootools, Scriptaculous and other topics about web design.
It is an excellent reference book on a range of subjects all drawn from a wealth of excellent articles published on Woork.
HTML Dog: The Best-Practice Guide to XHTML and CSS
The HTML Dog book, published by New Riders, is building on and complementing the web site, it is a comprehensive resource for those who really want to get to grips with (X)HTML and CSS, and use them in the best possible way from the outset.
Logically divided chapters coupled with tag and property appendixes make it a damned fine reference book, too.
Web Designers Success Guide: How to Profit from Freelance Web Design
Web Designer’s Success Guide is the definitive guide to starting your own freelance Web design business. In this book he gives designers step-by-step instructions on how to transition oneself to self-employment.
Search User Interfaces
This book presents the state of the art of search interface design, based on both academic research and deployment in commercial systems.
Web Style Guide: Foundations of User Experience Design
Written by Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton for web site designers in corporations, government, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions, the book explains established design principles and covers all aspects of web designâ€”from planning to production to maintenance.
The guide also shows how these principles apply in web design projects whose primary concerns are information design, interface design, and efficient search and navigation.
The Web Book
The Web Book is a free 350-page book that tells you everything you need to know in order to create a home or business Web site from scratch.
It covers everything from registering a domain name and renting some hosting space, to creating your first HTML page, to building full online database applications with PHP and MySQL.
It also tells you how to market and promote your site, and how to make money from it. The Web Book is written by Robert Schifreen.
Designing Interfaces: Patterns for Effective Interaction Design is an intermediate-level book about interface and interaction design, structured as a pattern language.
It features real-live examples from desktop applications, web sites, web applications, mobile devices, and everything in between.
Convert!: Designing Web Sites to Increase Traffic and Conversion and CSS
Scratchmedia’s founder Ben Hunt is recognized as a leading authority on effective web design.
He and his design team share their experience in making successful web sites in this series of over 150 free articles and tutorials.