D. K. van Duyne et al.: The Design of Sites
This book distills the principles and best practices that make sites enjoyable to visit and an asset to the organizations they serve.
Creating a Web site is easy. Creating a well-crafted Web site that provides a winning experience for your audience and enhances your profitability is another matter. It takes research, skill, experience, and careful thought to build a site that maximizes retention and repeat visits.
The authors of The Design of Sites have done much of the research for you. Based on extensive investigation and analysis of more than a hundred high-quality Web sites, this book distills the principles and best practices that make sites enjoyable to visit and an asset to the organizations they serve. This comprehensive resource features a complete set of design patterns that offers proven solutions to common Web design problems. These patterns are applicable to a wide variety of site genres and address every aspect of Web site design, from navigation and content management to e-commerce and site performance. In addition to enhancing the usefulness and quality of your site, these patterns will shorten development cycles and reduce maintenance costs.
Whether you are involved in building a site for business, government, education, or entertainment, The Design of Sites will help you focus on the needs and expectations of your customers and give you the tools you need to create a satisfying and effective Web site.
Bibliografische Angaben zum Buch:
Autor: Douglas K. van Duyne, James A. Landay, Jason I. Hong
Titel: The Design of Sites
Verlag: Addison-Wesley; Auflage: 0002
Bindung: Softcover, 762 Seiten