Print designers work in images, shapes, and color: not code. The
last thing many of them want to do is to translate their work into
mono-spaced tags and numbers, divs and ids. But print designers
can't ignore the web and producing a design for the web has become
a common part of a complete graphics package. And, knowing the
basics of CSS is an essential ingredient for success.
CSS for Print Designers presents web design concepts using
metaphors that make sense to visual designers. Instead of using
terms like semantics and structure, the book simplifies the
language of web design using metaphors that print designers are
comfortable with such as grouping like items or sculpting a layout
from top to bottom or even how using sprites with CSS is like
importing and cropping images in InDesign. The book uses efficient
use of space with supporting graphics that demonstrate complex
concepts such as nesting tags, clearing floats, and creating
New Riders Publishing
|Country of origin:
J. D. Graffam
||Electronic book text - Windows
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