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Chapter: 2 Design

Chapter 2: Design

Atlantis, page 48

Zunflower, page 54

Springtime, page 60

viridity, page 66

Ballade, page 72

Night Drive, page 78

THE PROCESS OF WEB DESIGN is undergoing a dramatic transition, but good design principles remain unchanged. Whether you’re choosing a color palette, thinking about a design’s visual flow, effectively using shapes, or managing visual proximity of page elements, traditional values hold true.

The designs discussed in this chapter illustrate the point while addressing an emerging concern for contemporary Web designers: How should they effectively manage the workflow process? Whether you’re accustomed to working in Adobe Photoshop, sketching out your ideas, prototyping in CSS, or jumping right into code, you’re sure to pick up some helpful new techniques.



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