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    "Mobile First" Book ReviewPreview mf
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    We all know it; the A Book Apart publications are a joy to behold, and read. Mobile First by Luke Wroblewski is no exception. Read on for my thoughts on the book..Read More…
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    "A Practical Guide to Designing the Invisible" Book ReviewPreview
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    When working on a web project, it's all too easy for designers to get caught up with the latest trends, cutting-edge HTML5 or CSS3 techniques, and forget about the why behind the decisions we make. In his book, Robert Mills asks us to consider this very question.Read More…
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    "Designing for Emotion" Book ReviewPreview dfe
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    When you approach any given web design brief, there are a number of personalities to take into account. There's your own, there's the client's, and there's the all-important personality of the end user. It seems there's another though; according to Aarron Walter we should equally consider the personality of the web site itself..Read More…
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    "Above the Fold" Book ReviewPreview
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    One of the great things about books on design is that they themselves are often well designed. Above the Fold is no exception; boasting over 250 glossy, luxurious pages, filled with great imagery, quality typography, and considered, controlled layout. Read on for my thoughts on the book.Read More…
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    "Book of CSS3" Review and Giveaway! (Winners Announced)Preview2
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    Peter Gasston's Book of CSS3 has been by my side, on my desk, and in my laptop case for a couple of weeks now. It's a seriously substantial guide, and in it Peter leaves no CSS3 stone unturned. Read on for more of my thoughts on the book, and enter to win a copy of your own!Read More…
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    Review: The Smashing Book 2 (Plus a Free Excerpt!)Preview
    The Smashing Book 2 is here, from our friends over at Smashing Magazine. The good news is that it's a huge improvement over the first version. The bad news is that you'll have to buy your own copy 'cuz I ain't giving mine away! Ready for a review? Dig in good friends...Read More…
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