Trying to put together a professional-looking web site or other publication? Wondering why your stuff doesn't seem to grab the reader? Read (it's VERY easy) Robin Williams' "The Non-Designer's Design Book". You'll find short, clear explanations of the major principles of quality layout and presentation, with PLENTY of examples. Also included is a fine introduction to typefaces and font terminology. Exercises (with answers) help to drive the points home, and the excellent bibliography will lead you to more in-depth study. As a Design novice (or, as Ms. Willams would label me, a "Visually Illiterate Person") I can't imagine a more gentle, informative, helpful or entertaining introduction to the topic. A MUST-READ for would-be web page artists!
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