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5 Books On Web Design

📚 Check out 5 books that help learn web design and create user-friendly and impressive websites. This selection is aimed at beginning designers and those building websites for personal projects.

Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability by Steve Krug

A simple explanation of how to create user-friendly websites with examples and illustrations. The author explores the basics of web design and gives practical tips on how to test websites and make them accessible and valuable for users.

Designing for Emotion by Aarron Walter

The book focuses on how design communicates with people. The author explains how to design websites that evoke positive emotions and provides examples that you can use for your projects.

Why Fonts Matter by Sarah Hyndman

The author explains how fonts influence readers and why different fonts or styles create certain associations and impressions. This is a great book if you're curious about how typography helps communicate with visitors.

Stop Stealing Sheep & Find Out How Type Works by Erik Spiekermann

A witty book by a famous German designer explores all aspects of selecting and using fonts. It's a good fit for first-time learners of typography as well as for professionals in search of examples.

The Art of Color by Johannes IttenWhile creating websites, it's important to choose the right colors to express the brand identity. The book will help you understand how to use and combine colors correctly.
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