Deliver First Class Web Sites: 101 Essential Checklists

Deliver First Class Web Sites: 101 Essential Checklists [PDF / Epub] ☆ Deliver First Class Web Sites: 101 Essential Checklists By Shirley Kaiser – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Deliver First Class Web Sites 101 Essential Checklistsis the only organized and easy to use compilation of guidelines checklists and tips for building modern best practice WebsitesDrawing on dozens of Class Web PDF/EPUB å Deliver First Class Web Sites Essential Checklistsis the only organized Deliver First Epub / and easy to use compilation of guidelines checklists and tips for building First Class Web PDF Í modern best practice WebsitesDrawing on dozens of books studies and research papers First Class Web Sites: 101 Epub / this book distills not so common wisdom into digestible guidelines checkpoints that can be uickly applied to any Web Development project Organized by chapter the guidelines cover everything from color usage navigation to accessibility usability and webpage architectureBy following all the guidelines you will develop % best practice Websites ensuring their projects are built the right way from the start This means the final Website will beCross browser Cross platform compatible Easy to update maintain Usable by even novice Internet Users Accessible to disabled visitors Search engine friendlyAs a bonus all the checklists are downloadable in PDF format so you can print them out and use them over and over again in all your Web Development projectsFrom the Publisher Want to learn how to make your web sites usable and accessible Want to ensure that your sites meet current best practice without spending hours trawling through incomprehensible specifications and recommendations from dozens of different books research papers and web sites Want to make sure that the sites you build are right the first time reuiring no costly redevelopments Look no further.


5 thoughts on “Deliver First Class Web Sites: 101 Essential Checklists

  1. Tessa Tessa says:

    If you're new to web dev i can see this would be a 5 star book though if you are new after reading this book and its tedious work flow and large checklists you may not want to be a web developer any The good news is a lot of the beginning chapters are good for you to know but are items you should become adept at pushing off entirely on the client andor project manager Make all the goals audience architecture and core content stuff part of your reuirements as a web developer for getting started project if your client looks lost you can give them some handy checklists to get started If they don't deliver exactly what you need warn them they're not following your reuirements and additional fees and billable hours may come into play if this causes the project to creep out of scope and you're coveredAs a creative and generally scattered person I depend on the how to and development checklists I've been painstakingly putting together over the years so this was a nice reference to go through and make sure my checklists were up to snuff I was able to add a few things I hadn't yet though of aka been bitten in the butt with yet Most importantly I was able to beef out the to dochecklists I hand out to my clients so they can provide me with what I need to get going so all I have to do is focus on a design that will accommodate their needs


  2. Tami Tami says:

    Deliver First Class Websites is one of hundreds of books on website design Like the majority of these books the good ones anyway Deliver First Class Websites takes the reader step by step through web design from planning and preparing content through design and creating clean code to testing and launching the website In each section the author even includes handy checklists so that the web designer can assure that he or she has completed each step in the process Although I have read and reviewed countless books on web design Deliver First Class Websites stood out Most books of this type approach web design from a purely technological point of view and focus mainly on the code needed to create a good website I found that this book took a slightly different approach The goal of a good website as defined by this author was one with good accessibility and flow Often website designers and writers of website design books completely forget that websites are made for people If these people get frustrated when they can't access information they will simply leave your site Thus good flow and accessibility is vital to a successful website


  3. Leslie Leslie says:

    This book is a little too good; there are so many lists and so many tips and suggestions that it's hard to know where to look when you need to refer to it Any Web site built to the specifications here would be absolutely perfect But the time it would take to build such a site USING this specification would make it an impossible projectAs a guide this book is very helpful; as a reference it is very useful As a checklist of presumably essential elements however it is unweildyIt's still on my shelf though and I have referred to it a few times to get a different perspective


  4. Sebah Al-Ali Sebah Al-Ali says:

    It's a decent book Although there were a lot points and checklists than I expected the book was informative and right to the point Site map in add


  5. Amy Amy says:

    A complex but helpful guide for people hiring a web designer to ask the right uestions Detailed guide to web designers themselves


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