The Smashing Book #3 covers innovative coding, designing and UX techniques and discusses the peculiarities of mobile context and emotional design. It also presents practical HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript techniques and also presents a bulletproof workflow for responsive Web design. Well-respected professionals have poured their heart and expertise into their contributions. The Smashing Book #3 consists of 11 quality chapters with expert advice, practical techniques and tips.

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Description

The books are a professional guide on how to redesign websites, but they also introduce a whole new mindset for progressive Web design.

Extra Book: Smashing Book #3⅓ – The Extension

With Web design, we can do much more than inform the audience. The power of storytelling and content strategy is in creating engaging, emotional connections that transcend their platforms. In this book, we will review emerging navigation design patterns and understand how to employ a content strategy — which is an important process, often underestimated and dependent on many factors. A case study of Smashing Magazine’s responsive redesign beautifully illustrates what this approach could look like in practice.

Features Of The Book

  • A solid printed hardcover book,
  • Dimensions: 5.83 × 8.27 inches (14.8 × 21.0 cm),
  • Hardcover with round spine and high quality binding
  • 360 pages with full-color images on coated paper,
  • Worldwide availability,
  • Reduced air mail shipping,
  • Risk-free purchase with a 100-day money-back guarantee,
  • Free bonus eBook with four chapters,

Download a Free Sample Chapter
Please feel free to download the sample chapter of the Smashing Book #3, « Redesigning With Personality » by Aarron Walter. In this chapter, Aarron explains how sharing our personalities can help us create lasting relationships with users, and how it can improve the bottom line of our business. You can download the chapter 4 by Aarron Walter for free (.zip, in PDF, EPUB and Kindle formats).

« This book is worth buying and reading for yourself. It really covers many aspects of modern website production in eleven in-depth chapters. There will likely be a few you don’t care for — we all have our own tastes — but I’d be surprised if any genuinely leave you disappointed given the chance. I was quite prepared to write something less positive, the first Smashing Book didn’t excite me, but this one very much did. »

David Bushell — In his Blog

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detail product

  • Pages : 12 pages
  • Cover design : Veerle Pieters
  • Publisher : Smashing Magazine
  • Language : English
  • ISBN : 0375870032
  • Product Dimensions : 16.5 × 24.0 cm (6.5 × 9.5 inches)
  • Released : May 2012

about the author

Author

Peter Tellone is a freelance photographer, writer and photography teacher based in Southern California. He specializes in high dynamic range (HDR) imagery and landscape photography. He is a founding member of an exclusive group of photographers known as DB5. Peter can be reached at peter@groundupphotos.com. His website is groundupphotos.com, and his blog is thehdrimage.com. You can also follow him on Twitter under @Moosepix.

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