Defensive Design For the Web

If there is one single rule that always holds within web design and development, it’s that something will go wrong in one way or another. This book is about reducing the number of things that can go wrong, and about preparing for when things don’t work as expected. It contains fourty guidelines that will help you avoid problems, and improve the usability of the websites you build. There are also many real-world examples of good and bad ways of handling errors. Many web professionals will recognise a lot of the guidelines in the book, but it’s great to have all of this in one place for easy reference.

Defensive Design For the Web
Author: 37signals, Matthew Linderman, Jason Fried
ISBN: 073571410X

Posted on July 14, 2004 in Reviews

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