Summary and Info
If you are a web designer or developer with expert coding experience, then this book can be a handy reference. This book is full of current pattern options where the authors, Bill Scott and Theresa Neil thoroughly go through each example into easy to read detail that include plenty of graphics. They go into great detail comparing which patterns work well and why other options do not.
If you are someone starting out with web design, this book can still be an asset to your library. It doesn't tell you how to code but it does give insight on how sites are built and why they are built in a certain fashion.
As a graphic designer coming from the print world and a novice to the web side of design, I picked up some good insight from this book. It helps when planning a site and discussing options when working with a programmer.
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