- "Prioritizing Web Usability"
This book is a must have for anyone interested in making their web site more user friendly.
- What is Copyrighted
When you pay someone to create your web pages what do you own the copyright on and what do they own.
- "Deliver First Class Web Sites"
This book is basically an extensive checklist of standards that web sites should apply.
- "Information Architecture"
This book covers many aspects of web design that are often overlooked.
- "Beautiful Web Design"
Web design differs significantly from web development. This book introduces the concept of web design in a way that anyone can understand.
- How Big to Make Your Web Page
The various factors that you need to consider in working out how much to place into one web page.
- Think Outside the Grid
There are many web page layouts that are only possible with CSS.
- "Designing Web Navigation"
Your visitors will find their way around your site (or not) using the provided navigation. This book will help you work out navigation appropriate for your site.
- "Design Accessible Web Sites"
While the number of people with major disabilities (such as being blind) may make up only a minute fraction of your visitors, a much larger percentage of your visitors will have some accessibility issues if you don't take accessibility into account properly as demonstrated in this book.
- "Adapting to Web Standards"
Standards are an important part of making your site function correctly and also help make it easier to maintain. This book covers all of the different parts of web page construction and how to apply the standards.
- "Visual Design for the Modern Web"
There are many things that need to be considered when designing a web site as this book shows.
- "Building Findable Websites"
A guide for web designers to help them to make the sites that they develop more "findable" on the web.
- "Designing the Moment"
This excellent book by Robert Hoekman Jr will get you looking at your web design a different way.
- "Website Optimization"
Looks at all the different ways in which optimisation relates to web pages.
- "Universal Design"
There is more to universal design than tacking on a few accessibility features just before implementation as this book clearly demonstrates.
- "Head First Web Design"
Another excellent Head First book. This one introduces web design.
- "Flexible Web Design"
One of the most useful books available on designing fluid and elastic web pages.
- "Fresher Styles for Web Designers"
Ideas for advanced web designers.
- "Designing Web Interfaces"
Alternative interfaces are appropriate in different situations.
- "The Principles of Successful Freelancing"
A book on setting up a business specifically targetted at web designers/developers.
- Targetted and Un-Targetted Traffic
Explaining the difference between the two and why one is more important than the other.
- Older Browsers
Why you shouldn't limit yourself to what works in all the browsers your visitors use.
- The End Goal
Some people get so caught up in some of the processes involved in getting their pages to the top of the search engine results that they forget why they are trying to get them there in the first place and break their page for the subsequent steps in the process toward their real objective in order to get a better result for the first step.
- Survey Sites
Some sites are better designed than others. Here's an example of a type of site that is often done badly.
- Country Specific or International Domain
What top level domain you should use for your site depends on your target audience.
- Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 - Beyond the Marketing Hype
Just exactly what these two web development technologies really are.
- "Programming the Semantic Web"
A good introduction to some of the programming technologies of web 3.0.
- Running Your own Internet Services
Under what circumstances should you run your own internet services rather than buying them from a provider?
What are sitemaps and why should you have two.
- XML Sitemaps
Generating your own XML sitemap automatically.
- "Fancy Form Design"
- Asking for Email Address
Why it makes less sense to ask for an email address twice than it does to ask for other fields (apart from password) twice.
If you have a different web design question please ask Felgall.
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