It isn't all tech though and fails to read as most design books do. It carries a life through
it and is surely a labor of love. Providing technical saavy and just the right amount of humor
in just the right places.
The book is meant to be read in full. But the table of contents is divided in just such a way
that you can skip to anywhere you want and pick up without missing a beat. Divided by chapter and
each chapter by subsections. In case you ever feel lost on something, though it's highly
unlikely that you will, you're referred to a specific chapter. The screenshots (not in color)
are provided throughout the book and are perfectly placed in keeping you with the current
field of information being thrown your way.
Jeffrey Zeldman has created a work of art in Taking Your Talent to the Web. He takes you to some
of the dark corners of design and explains what needs to be done in order to bring in the light.
Some of you won't like what he tells you. Others will love the idea that someone had the guts to say
it. But no matter what you're opinion, if you're a designer, and you want to be successful, you'll
have to listen to every word. Zeldman is a master of the design community. To quote Joshua Davis
on the back cover: "...Jeffrey Zeldman, a quiet man... with a voice of thunder."
In order to view a sample chapter, visit the publishers website.
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