Each volume is a concise and fresh take on an important field in web design. Jeremy Keith’s HTML5 for Web Designers explores what the web’s new lingua franca means for working designer/developers. Dan Cederholm’sCSS3 for Web Designers shows how you can design for the experience layer today.
Erin Kissane’s The Elements of Content Strategy explains where content strategy came from, and how you can do it well. Ethan Marcotte’sResponsive Web Design demonstrates CSS techniques and design principles for crafting fluid, responsive websites. Aarron Walter’s Designing for Emotion will teach you how to you make your users fall in love with your site, while Luke Wroblewski’s Mobile First will make you a master of mobile, and improve your desktop designs, too.
Last but not least, Mike Monteiro’s Design Is a Job will help you do your job better, while Karen McGrane’sContent Strategy for Mobile will teach you everything you need to get your content onto mobile devices (and more).