Programming books can often look rather intimidating and uninspiring, but they do not need to be. We wanted to redesign the tech book and make it more accessible, relevant, and attractive to a whole new group of readers. The result is a book that feels more like a magazine and is enjoyable to flick through, and looks like it belongs in the graphic design section rather than the programming section of a bookstore.
This book is incredible. I am a novice programmer in the field of Computer Science. Our university does not teach web development in the track that I am in, so I decided to pick... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Aqib A. Shah
This book is really nice looking but goes too slow. HTML and CSS are really not so hard to understand and should go in a faster pace. Read morePublished 2 days ago by yoga lady on fall
This was my first web development book, and I still use it as a reference to this day. Jon Duckett is a great author, writes incredibly well, and also the book is very... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Ben
Excellent introduction and reference for the topic. Clear, concise and very well designed - all technical books should look this good! Read morePublished 6 days ago by S. Molin
I've only gotten through a couple chapters, but this book is wonderful for those of us who have little or no experience with html and/or have no desire to learn it. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Nicole L.
The books, like the sequel, looks gorgeous. Can't wrap my head around just how great it looks!
This book and "Learning Web Design" by Jennifer Robbins are my references. A beautiful book!Published 9 days ago by C. Morrison