has taught millions what makes for good design and why, never forgetting that most of us don't speak jargon—and she does it all with a disarming sense of humor. Now Robin, with coauthors John Tollett and Dave Rohr, translates the principles of creative, effective design to the Web in “Robin Williams
Web Design Workshop.”
Learn from these pros everything you need to know about Web design, including the ways that color, fonts, clip art, photographs, and layout can work together to create the visual impression you want. Robin doesn't just tell you about good Web design, she shows you, walking you through every step of the design process, from site planning and layout to navigation design and functionality—the book is illustrated with hundreds of full-color examples. Like Robin herself, Robin Williams
Web Design Workshop strikes the perfect teaching balance, combining theory and real-world experience, all wrapped up in a colorful, engaging package.
The ideas in this book tackle Web design theory, visual effects, layout, and Web design, all in Robin Williams
' clear and accessible style.
Includes strategies for real-world projects.
Developing Web designers will learn how to discover practical and effective Web design principles and concepts and how to apply them to virtually any project.
is the author of piles of best-selling and award-winning books, all by Peachpit Press, including The Non-Designer's Design Book, The Little Mac Book, The Non-Designer's Web Book, and many more. Robin has been teaching college-level graphic design for fourteen years. John Tollett is a designer, art director, and illustrator with over thirty years experience in the graphic design world. He is the co-author of several best-selling books, including The Non-Designer's Web Book and The Little iBook Book.