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Modular Web Design by Nathan Curtis
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May 18, 2012

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bookshelves: tech
Recommended for: designers
Read from May 07 to 10, 2012

This book focuses mostly on graphical design and would be most beneficial to those who create wireframes and visual designs, not developers dealing with code. Virtually all techniques mentioned here are for keeping graphical designs and mockups in check.

It's a very good book for web designers who aren't developers - tons of professional advice and hints and tips. It suffers from the wordage though. The language might be too techy for non-devs and a good portion of the book is spent on explaining why designs should be modular. (I have to admit I may be biased though, it did feel like preaching to the choir to me.)

As a developer, I hope more designers will read this book and apply the advice to their work :)
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