Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Design and Destiny of the Web - related books

These four books appear useful for the study of the Web information design, as is the book Weaving the Web: The original design and ultimate destiny of the World Wide Web by its inventor written by T. Berners-Lee and M. Fischetti.

Farkas, David. (2002) Principles of Web design. New York; London: Longman.
- This book can be found in the Taylor library, TAY stack
- Call no. TK5105.888.F36 2002
- Under the subject headings ‘Websites – Design’

Geest, Thea van der. (2001). Web site design is communication design. Amsterdam; Philadelphia: John Benjamins Pub. Co.
- This book can be found in the Business library, BUS stack
- Call no. TK5105.888.G44 2001
- Under the subject headings ‘Websites – Design’ and ‘Business communication’

Hammerich, Irene, and Harrison, Claire. (2002). Developing online content: the principles of writing and editing for the Web. New York: Wiley.
- This book can be found in Weldon library, DBW stack
- Call no. TK5105.888.H36 2002
- Under the subject headings ‘Web site development’, ‘Authorship’, and ‘Human-computer interaction’

Reid, Robert. (1997). Architects of the Web: 1,000 days that built the future of business. New York: Wiley.
- This book can be found in the Business library, BUS stack, and the King’s library, KC second floor.
- Call nos. HD9696.C63U5644 1997 and HD9696.C63U64, respectively
- Under the subject headings ‘Computer software industry-United States-History’, Businesspeople-United States-Biography’, and World Wide Web-History’

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