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  • WEB: Flexible Typesetting

    For the first time in hundreds of years, because of the web, the role of the typographer has changed. We no longer decide; we suggest. We no longer simply choose typefaces, font sizes, line spacing, and margins; we prepare and instruct text to make those choices for itself. In this book, Tim Brown illuminates the complex, beautiful world of typesetting—arguably the most important part of typography because it forms the backbone of the reading experience—and shows us how to parry the inevitable pressures that arise when we can no longer predict how, and where, our text will be read.
    • What Is Typesetting?
    • Preparing Text and Code
    • Selecting Typefaces
    • Shaping Text Blocks
    • Crafting Compositions
    • Relieving Pressure
    Flexible Typesetting by Tim Brown
    With a refreshing clarity found throughout Flexible Typesetting, Tim Brown explains what’s important in setting type for the web, but also why and how it’s important. Brown shows us techniques to make sites clearer and more successful—not just front and center, but behind the scenes as well.
    Tobias Frere-Jones, Founder of Frere-Jones Type
    Just when I thought the world didn’t need another book about typesetting, Tim Brown goes and writes this approachable and useful text. Students, designers, developers, and even the most seasoned typographers will gain insights into how to set type for the web and beyond.
    Amy Papaelias, Associate Professor of graphic design at SUNY New Paltz
    As I read Tim Brown’s new book, I felt like a smart, considerate friend was expertly guiding me through some tricky topics. Tim explains even the knottiest typesetting principles with humor, kindness, and clarity. This book made me a better typesetter; what’s more, it was an absolute delight to read.
    Ethan Marcotte, Author of Responsive Web Design
    Tim Brown is a designer, writer, speaker, and toolmaker who focuses on typography. As head of typography at Adobe, he thinks about product direction, designs software, advises integration partners, and helps novices and experts alike hone their typographic skills.
    Tim speaks about the evolving craft of typography—and the immense business value of great typography—at conferences both worldwide and online. He lives and works in New York State’s beautiful Hudson Valley with his wife and college sweetheart, Eileen, their three daughters, and their dogs.
  • Accessibility for Everyone - Design

    You make the web more inclusive for everyone, everywhere, when you design with accessibility in mind. Let Laura Kalbag guide you through the accessibility landscape: understand disability and impairment challenges; get a handle on important laws and guidelines; and learn how to plan for, evaluate, and test accessible design. Leverage tools and techniques like clear copywriting, well-structured IA, meaningful HTML, and thoughtful design, to create a solid set of best practices. Whether you’re new to the field or a seasoned pro, get sure footing on the path to designing with accessibility.
    Accessibility for Everyone
    This book does a great job of highlighting the necessity for accessible and inclusive design. It brings to a head the idea that making the web useful for everyone is the responsibility of all web professionals. Accessibility for Everyone proves its value immediately with invaluable ideas and tips—for both beginners and professionals.
    Nicole Dominguez, User Interface Designer and Developer
    Accessibility for Everyone is packed with practical techniques that we can use to improve the quality of our work right away. Laura illuminates everything our day-to-day work can be: meaningful, purposeful, and inclusive. It’s a guide to the part we can play in the web’s incredible potential—connecting people around the world not just to the sum of all human knowledge, but to each other.
    Mat Marquis, Author of JavaScript for Web Designers
    Accessibility for Everyone is an essential handbook for anyone involved in digital production. It’s an enjoyable and practical introduction to accessibility, covering everything from background knowledge to front-end implementation (and many things between).
    LĂ©onie Watson, Cochair of the W3C Web Platform Working Group
    Laura Kalbag is a designer from the UK. She’s one third of Ind.ie, a tiny two-person-and-one-husky social enterprise working for social justice in the digital age. At Ind.ie, Laura follows the Ethical Design Manifesto, and works on a web privacy tool called Better.
    Laura does everything from design to development while learning how to run a sustainable social enterprise. She strives to make privacy and broader ethics in technology accessible to a wide audience. You can typically find her making design decisions, writing CSS, nudging icon pixels, or distilling a privacy policy into something humans can understand. Sometimes, she speaks at conferences and writes articles, too.
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    Original Publication Date:
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  • The New CSS Layout - Web Design

    CSS Grid Layout will transform the way you design and develop for the web—and Rachel Andrew will change the way you grok the spec. Learn to use Grid Layout within a system that includes existing methods to perform the tasks they were designed for—and take advantage of this pivotal moment in the evolution of layout.
    The New CSS Layout
    In the web’s short life span, we’ve gone from having no layout at all to having powerful layout tools like flexbox and Grid. Rachel’s clear, concise explanations will help you wrap your head around all of the different techniques available for doing layout on the web with CSS and, more importantly, how to approach building for a constantly evolving medium.
    Chen Hui Jing, Founder of Wismut Labs
    CSS Grid is the future of layout on the web. This book is an excellent introduction to, as well as a deep dive into, a complex topic. With practical examples, Rachel breaks down every bit of the Specification in a way that’s easy to understand.
    Ire Aderinokun, Front-End Developer and UI Designer
    What’s the most important thing happening in web design right now? This. Powerful layout has arrived on the web. Learn it from Rachel, who has spent more time with it than anyone else.
    Chris Coyier, Co-Founder of CodePen
    Rachel Andrew lives in Bristol, England. She is the co-founder of edgeofmyseat.com, the web development company behind Perch CMS. She works on everything from product development to DevOps to CSS, and writes about these subjects on her blog.
    Rachel has been working on the web since 1996 and writing about the web for almost as long. She’s written several books, including the best-selling CSS Anthology from SitePoint, and recent ventures into self-publishing have produced The Profitable Side Project Handbook and CSS3 Layout Modules, Second Edition. She is a regular columnist for A List Apart as well as other publications online and in print. When she’s not writing, Rachel often works with other authors as a technical editor.
    Rachel is a keen distance runner who encourages people to join her for a run when attending conferences, with varying degrees of success!
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    Conversational Design

     

    How do we make digital systems feel less robotic and more real? Whether you work with interface or visual design, front-end technology, or content design, learn why conversation is the best model for creating device-independent, human-centered systems. Research and information design expert Erika Hall explains what makes an interaction truly conversational and how to get more comfortable using language in design. From understanding the human interface, to effectively using the power of personality, to getting it all done, you’ll find out how the art of communication can elevate technology.
    Conversational Design
    This book cuts through the fluff and buzzwords to get straight to the point. Take Erika’s succinct lessons to heart and you’ll be a better designer, writer, and technologist.
    Daniel BurkaDirector of Design at Resolve to Save Lives
    Building trust through conversational interfaces is likely one of the most important skills today’s digital specialists can have. Success depends on laser-focused, audience-facing word choice, and expert Erika Hall shows you how it’s done. Conversational Design is an absolute must-read for designers, developers, and content strategists alike.
    Kristina HalvorsonAuthor of Content Strategy for the Web and CEO of Brain Traffic
    If you create digital products, Erika has a lot to teach you about integrating content, structure, and tone into a single, compelling experience. Good aesthetics may attract our attention, but it’s great conversation that makes us fall in love!
    Kim Goodwin, Author of Designing for the Digital Age
    Erika Hall has been working in web design and development since the late 20th century. In 2001, she co-founded Mule Design Studio where she leads the strategy consulting practice. Her enthusiasm for evidence-based decision-making led her to write Just Enough Research. She speaks frequently to international audiences on topics ranging from collaboration and design research to effective interface language. Her current talks explore the limits of using quantitative data to make design decisions.
  • Color Accessibility Workflows

    Color is a powerful tool that affords seemingly endless design possibilities, but we often design with only one type of color vision in mind—our own. Make sure that accessibility and aesthetics go hand in hand with every design you create. Learn what color accessibility is (and why it matters); choose appropriate colors and implement testing; and snag a few key tips and tricks to get your color game plan together. You’ll become a better, more empathetic designer by discovering how other people see the world.
    Color Accessibility Workflows
    Geri uses practical tips and references key tools to teach you how to make accessible color choices in your design. It’s more than just a reference guide on color and color choices, it’s a must-read for every designer.
    Veerle Pieters, Founder of Duoh!
    Color is both a cornerstone and an enigma of the craft of design, because it's perceived in myriad ways. Designers who don't understand the accessibility pitfalls of color risk confusing and alienating users. In this essential reference, Geri Coady gives us a much-needed shortcut to getting color right.
    Aarron Walter, VP of Design Education at InVision
    Color is weird: seemingly obvious but largely misunderstood. Color Accessibility Workflows gives you the tools and expertise to use color effectively.
    David Desandro, Designer and Founder of Metafizzy
    Geri Coady is a color-obsessed illustrator and designer from Newfoundland, Canada who now lives in Nottingham, UK. A former ad agency art director, she currently works with companies like Simply Accessible, Withings, and Scholastic. She is the author of Pocket Guide to Colour Accessibility published by Five Simple Steps, an occasional illustrator for A List Apart, and was voted net Magazine’s Designer of the Year in 2014. Geri has spoken at design and tech events around the world, including Smashing Conference and Future of Web Design.
  • Color Accessibility Workflows - Tutorial

    Color is a powerful tool that affords seemingly endless design possibilities, but we often design with only one type of color vision in mind—our own. Make sure that accessibility and aesthetics go hand in hand with every design you create. Learn what color accessibility is (and why it matters); choose appropriate colors and implement testing; and snag a few key tips and tricks to get your color game plan together. You’ll become a better, more empathetic designer by discovering how other people see the world.
    Color Accessibility Workflows
    Geri uses practical tips and references key tools to teach you how to make accessible color choices in your design. It’s more than just a reference guide on color and color choices, it’s a must-read for every designer.
    Veerle Pieters, Founder of Duoh!
    Color is both a cornerstone and an enigma of the craft of design, because it's perceived in myriad ways. Designers who don't understand the accessibility pitfalls of color risk confusing and alienating users. In this essential reference, Geri Coady gives us a much-needed shortcut to getting color right.
    Aarron Walter, VP of Design Education at InVision
    Color is weird: seemingly obvious but largely misunderstood. Color Accessibility Workflows gives you the tools and expertise to use color effectively.
    David Desandro, Designer and Founder of Metafizzy
    Geri Coady is a color-obsessed illustrator and designer from Newfoundland, Canada who now lives in Nottingham, UK. A former ad agency art director, she currently works with companies like Simply Accessible, Withings, and Scholastic. She is the author of Pocket Guide to Colour Accessibility published by Five Simple Steps, an occasional illustrator for A List Apart, and was voted net Magazine’s Designer of the Year in 2014. Geri has spoken at design and tech events around the world, including Smashing Conference and Future of Web Design.
  • Animation at Work - Web Design

    Animation isn’t merely decorative—it’s an invaluable tool for creating a better web. Start with science: by understanding the human visual processing system, you can design delightful animation that works to ease cognitive load. Rachel Nabors guides you through the anatomy of web animations, patterns, and communication decisions across teams. This book will prepare you to identify and prioritize opportunities to integrate animation into design systems for building better experiences.
    Briefs are eBook-only guides to essential fundamentals, of-the-moment techniques, or deep nerdery on a single aspect of a topic. Whatever the book, you’re only a quick break away from learning vital, practical know-how.
    If you can’t justify the responsible use of animation to yourself, your team, and your stakeholders, all the technical expertise in the world is useless. This book explains the “why” of animation so you can pursue the “how” with confidence and clarity.
    Justin Cone, Cofounder of Motionographer
    Rachel’s easygoing style makes learning the science of animation both accessible and approachable. Not so much a “how-to” as a “why-to,” Animation at Work is an invaluable resource for anyone working in the UI space.
    Aaron Gustafson, Author of Adaptive Web Design
    Animation is too often seen as an afterthought, a nice-to-have relegated to the last leg of the development cycle. Animation at Work teaches you not just how to create thoughtful animations, but how to do so in a way that is modular and scalable—essential knowledge for anyone working with design systems. It’s a clear and concise guide I didn’t know I needed.
    Mina Markham, Senior engineer at Slack
    Rachel Nabors began telling stories online as a teenager with her award-winning web comics. Her love of web technologies transformed into a career in front-end development, where she has worked with Mozilla, the W3C, and now Microsoft. She tends the web animation community via the Animation at Work Slack and her web animation newsletter. When she isn’t traveling the world, giving talks, or kissing puppies, she can be found perched in Seattle sipping a cup of fancy tea.
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