Technical books

Posted on 14 December 2002 in Interaction design, Reading, Research, Technology

Designing with Web Standards

Jeffrey Zeldman.
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Taking Your Talent to the Web

Jeffrey Zeldman. A fantastic how-to book for designers looking to get involved in web publishing and design. Takes the reader through writing, usability, architecture and technical tips.
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Eric Meyer on CSS: Mastering the Language of Web Design

Eric Meyer. One of the leading proponents and practitioners of css on the web explains his ideas and techniques.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Cascading Style Sheets: Separating Content from Presentation

Owen Briggs, Steve Champeon, Eric Costello, Matt Patterson
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Cascading Style Sheets: Designing for the Web

Håkon Wium Lie. The inventor of CSS1 explains advanced w3c standard site design techniques.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Database Design for Mere Mortals

Michael J. Hernandez. High level design guidelines for designing relational databases, covering categories, fields, relationships and the end-user.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com

Building Accessible Websites

Joe Clark. Valuable work on the techniques for improving the accessibility of online media.
amazon.co.uk / amazon.com / website