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Color for Websites: Digital Media Design

by: Molly E Holszschlag

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Retail Price: $60.00

Publisher: Rockport Publishers,1.4.2003

Category: WEB DESIGN Level:

ISBN: 2880467411
ISBN13: 9782880467418

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- Lots of great up-to-the-minute websites from both ends of the budget
- Glossary of practical and useful terms
- A comprehensive reference tool to using colour in conjunction with website construction

As all web designers know, colour is a crucial ingredient in any website. From the very basic level of attracting potential surfers to stop and take a thorough look at a site, to the more complex navigational requirements of layered information, colour use can make or break a website. As with Color & Type for the Screen, this book examines in depth the differences in value between colour on screen and on printed material. Through outstanding examples of good colour use in websites - both high- and low-budget - this book provides the reader with an insight into what's current, as well as looking to the future. A must for students and practising designers, and an extremely useful reference tool for those who commission web design.

Review Quotes:
'Colour for Websites covers the basics, doesn't try to be too wordy and looks fresh. If you're a beginner looking for knowledge on colour and how to apply it to your Web design, you've hit the jackpot. Similarly, If you're making the tricky switch from graphic design to Web, this could hold some value too.'