CIW: Site and e-Commerce Design Study Guide Hardcover – 11 Jun 2002
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From the Back Cover
Here s the book you need to prepare for Exam 1D0–420, CIW Site Designer and Exam 1D0–425, CIW E–Commerce Designer. This Study Guide provides:
- In–depth coverage of official exam objectives
- Practical information on web site and e–commerce design
- Hundreds of challenging review questions, in the book and on the CD
- Leading–edge exam preparation software, including a testing engine and electronic flashcards
- Implementing design concepts, vision statements, Web strategy and tactics
- Enhancing web site usability with tables, frames, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
- Using client–side and server–side programming
- Implementing marketing in e–commerce site development
- Developing and hosting an e–commerce site using outsourcing services
- Configuring Web server software for an e–commerce site
About the Author
Jeff Brown led the development of the CIW Master Designer program for ProsoftTraining.com and is the Course Director for the entire track.
Susan Thomas, Master CIW Designer and CIW Instructor, has taught application and Web page design courses for over three years in college and business environments.
J. Peter Bruzzese, Master CIW Designer and CIW Instructor, is an independent training consultant who has worked for companies like EMC and CommVault Systems.
Top Customer Reviews
The writing style is good in that it is fairly easy to read and not too technical. There are some sections that you may not agree with (particularly regarding e-commerce practices) but you will just have to suspend disbelief until you take the exam because what CIW says is gospel as far as the exam is concerned.
The only side to this book that does not reflect the instructor-led course materials is that on the instructor-led Site Designer course there is a large amount of time set aside for learning FrontPage, Dreamweaver and Flash. There are no exercises for any of these packages within this book and only one chapter to cover them all. There will be some questions in the exam of the form: "Which Dreamweaver menu would you use to choose the option 'Preview in Browser?" so you really need to familiarise yourself with these packages before you take the exam. (The answer is the 'File' menu, by the way.) Of course if you already know these packages that will not be a problem for you. If you are new to the applications you will just need to scour the web for tutorials or buy some more books!
CIW exams are extremely fair in that all the test questions come from the study materials (unlike Microsoft exams in which you can be tested on obscure command line parameters that you would not read about in your average exam guide ...Read more ›
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