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Chapter 10. Assembling the Tour > Designing the Look for the Applications

Designing the Look for the Applications

Though the bulk of this book contains a lot of code and technology, we can't overlook the fact that the pages have to be well-designed, functional, and usable. Not only that, they have to meet the needs of the coder. We'll let Chris take over and reinforce this important point:

One of the best parts about working on this second book is that it has given Jordan and I a chance to improve—and understand—how each of us works. The first time around, we didn't have a “working relationship,” and it took some time to understand what an artist needs and what a programmer needs. I tried to draw on that experience and knowledge as I was sitting down and thinking about the designs of the various rooms that were going to be “dynamically driven” for the Oakbridge Community Center web site. As I go through the design process of the three rooms below, I will point out why that previous knowledge was so important and helpful.


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