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how to design a website well

I'm a designer so i want to know ho to design a website well
In Topics: Jobs/Careers
> 60 days ago

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jinjohn218
jinjohn218 writes:
If you were to ask 15 people to define what website design is you will most likely get 15 different answers. Website design means different things to different people. A computer programmer is going to see website design quite differently than a graphic artist would. However, there are some common features of all good website designs.

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Lisa18967
Lisa18967 writes:
I give this book 3 stars. The book is good for those starting out with web design and development using Adobe products, Dreamweaver primarily. I used to work with Dreamweaver. It's an excellent WYSIWYG. However, I wouldn't recommend this book for those who want to learn how to manually code in HTML, HTML5, CSS, CSS3, PHP, ActionScript, etc. as it just skims the surface of coding in those languages. Twelve years ago I learned Dreamweaver 3 with Dreamweaver 3 Hands-on-Training (2nd Edition), which was more hands-on with projects to do. While it's good to know Dreamweaver, it's much better to know how to hand code HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and so on. This book may be good for designers, just not so much for budding developers who want to learn how to code by hand. I got a refund for my Kindle copy as it wasn't what I was looking for.
I always assumed that 'for Dummies' meant for beginners, novices, rookies. This book is for the intermediate level web designer who's willing to make the software investment to go pro. I stretched the budget to get my domain name and web hosting. The book devotes many pages to the use of Adobe Dreamweaver, Fireworks and Photoshop, and barely mentions using content management systems like the one I get from my host. Those three Adobe products would cost me another $1,000 - and don't get me wrong, they're excellent, but I can't justify the expense. I am a beginner who only want one website that looks good and runs well. If you're like me, find a different book

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