- Shopping Bag ( 0 items )
From Barnes & NobleThe Barnes & Noble Review
This book distills the web community's immense experience into a series of patterns for building highly successful, customer-centered sites. It covers all facets of site development, from planning and architecture through navigation, layout, and optimization -- and everything's organized and cross-referenced for maximum usability. It's one of the few books you'll keep right by your computer, except when you're bringing it to your development team meetings.
You'll find proven guidance for site design, from customer involvement through rapid prototyping and evaluation. You'll find patterns for implementing every site genre, from blogs to intranets, web applications to self-service government sites. You'll discover navigation techniques that accelerate people towards action. And, not least, you'll find new patterns for the Mobile Web and Ajax-style "Rich Internet Applications." From start to finish, this book will save you hassle and heartache and make you sound even smarter than you really are. Bill Camarda, from the February 2007 Read Only