review: beautiful design, hot topics,
knowledgeable contributors (Meredith Davis, Hugh Dubberly, Steven
Heller). A bit pedantic for my blood, but well worth a visit. Loop
is co-sponsored by AIGA, American Institute of Graphic Arts and Viginia
Commonwealth University's Center for Design.
to build a website
We spill the beans on the best tutorials,
books and tools to help you create and improve your website.
How you can learn more about Macromedia Director, including a good
book and several helpful websites. (Reviewed
Culture, by Steven Johnson. (Reviewed
Where computer-based interactive design and technology is headed...the
artform of the next century?
website tuneup, www.netmechanic.com
Checks download speed, HTML, spelling, broken links. Not the only
service of its kind, but a darn good one. (Reviewed
Web Design, www.valcasey.com
your appetite for web design with lots of ideas to chew on and gourmet
links to sample. May leave you a bit hungry, though.
Web Usability, by Jakob Nielsen.
much-needed antidote to the tidal wave of books describing "killer"
sites and "cool" design. (Reviewed
= Artist's book?
The Internet dominates our
thinking right now, but the "old" CD-ROM technology delivers
a richer experience. Good CD-ROMs, where to buy them. (reviewed
best web counter
A hit counter can help you
design and market your site. We found a good free one and tell you
how to use what you'll learn from it. (reviewed
Free publications that keep you informed on the latest products and
techniques in the digital/multi/newmedia industry. (reviewed
5.5 vs. Fireworks 2
Adobe does it again, catching up to (and maybe passing) Macromedia
in preparing graphics for web use. (reviewed
4-CD set, Savant Interactive, Inc.
Learn Web construction at your own place, at your own pace. (reviewed
Interactive Book, by Celia Pearce.
A book that explains, but more importantly, inspires. (reviewed
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