7 Website Design Books of 2019 You Can’t Afford to Miss

April 24, 2019
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“CSS: The Definite Guide (4th Edition)” by Estelle Weyl and Eric Meyer

This guide is twice the length of the pat edition, and each chapter has been updated and revised. Read this if you want to learn more about speed up development and user experience. Once you finish this book, you can effectively avoid potential bugs, and enhance apps with sophisticated layouts.

“Top Tasks” by Gerry McGovern

Gerry McGovern is a customer experience consultant who has been in the field for over 15 years. He helps huge organizations improve their customer experience through measuring, identification and optimization. Do you want to know what matters most for your target customers? Read this.

“Solving Product Design Exercises” by Artiom Dashinsky

This book is written by Artiom Dashinsky, a product designer from Berlin and Tel Aviv. He has led the development of several digital products. If you want to be an expert website developer this field as well, this book contains a seven-step framework in solving different design exercises.

“Going Offline” by Jeremy Keith

“Going Offline” is another must-read by design professionals. Jeremy Keith is co-founder to a pioneering UX consultancy firm, and is willing to educate newbies about web design and offline experiences. This book starts with JavaScript knowledge, and then expounds on the latest strategies that will improve website performance.

“Progressive Web Apps” by Jason Grigsby

If you are looking for another guide to read alongside Going Offline, Progressive Web Apps is the way to go. This practical guide delves into progressive website apps–those apps that feel and look like native ones.

“Inclusive Components” by Heydon Pickering

This book has illustrations, demonstrations and illustrations that highlight website design. Every website tackles one component, and how to deal with a more diverse user base.


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