After the publication of the first edition in 2000, this witty, bright and funny book has become the bible for anyone who wants to learn about intuitive navigation and content structure.
Amanda Hackwith draws on survey stats from over 5,400 web designers from around the world. The result is a clever mix of insights, facts and advice for those who want to learn more about this sector.
This book focuses on a complex subject: the user interface design. The author helps demystify it by giving advice in a clear, approachable guide.
Learn how to create light, engaging webpages with this practical book. The whole series, covering a wide range of subjects (from UX to programming) and from which this book is drawn, is also worth taking a look at.
Discover how our minds keep track of images through history, despite the evolution of beliefs, art and mentalities. A powerful book written by a French philosopher that will never be outdated.