The book's author, Elliot Jay Stocks, an independent designer whose client list includes Blue Flavor, The Beatles, EMI Records, and Carsonified, is widely regarded as a leader in the craft of making things look beautiful on the web. He speaks regularly at web design events around the globe such as Future of Web Design and the London Design Festival, and writes for various online and offline publications.
The book's full-color layout and large format (8" x 10") make Sexy Web Design a pleasure to read. Among other features, you will find:
"Not everyone is blessed with a natural talent for design, but with this book, readers will be able to create their own gorgeous web sites--even if they're a little short on design skills" explained SitePoint co-founder, Matt Mickiewicz. "Not only does this book teach readers how to create visually stunning designs, it shows readers how to create something that's breathtaking, while maintaining usability and functionality."
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Elliot Jay Stocks is an independent designer whose client list includes Wordpress, Blue Flavor, The Beatles, EMI Records, and Carsonified.
Sexy Web Design is available right now in printed and PDF formats. For more information, to download free sample chapters and to view the table of contents visit: http://www.sitepoint.com/books/sexy1.
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