Transcending CSS â€“ Helping you become a better CSS designer.
*This is not a paid review*
Iâ€™m a cheap guy and I have a hard time shelling out $50 for just about anything, especially a book. But shortly after picking up a copy of Transcending CSS: The Fine Art of Web Design, I was practically running to the checkout line. Transcending CSS was just the CSS design book I had been looking for.
Transcending CSS is the perfect CSS book for those who want to take their CSS design skills to the next level. If you know a decent amount about CSS, but arenâ€™t sure how to put it all together the right way, then this is the book for you. Better still, is that Transcending CSS is written by a designer and not a coder or developer. Meaning that itâ€™s written very visually and in a such a way that will captivate designers.
Some quick facts about Transcending CSS:
â€¢ Covers the CSS design process
â€¢ Talks about the importance of universal naming conventions
â€¢ You can download sample file from the book online
â€¢ Great for mid-level and experienced CSS designers
â€¢ Focus on semantics, compliance, and validity
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