Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Computer magazine- Network World Middle East - Jul2011

Network World Middle East - June 2011
English | PDF | 48 pages | 32.62 MB

Networking is no longer about product. It's about solutions. It's about strategy. It's about vision. For over six years, Network World Middle East has led the Middle East with a combination of forward-looking editorial, grounded in local reality. From details of cutting-edge technology to explanations of technical buzzwords in clear language, from demonstrations of networking advances in the region to details of solutions offered by key players, from case studies to exclusive interviews, Network World Middle East has provided strategic vision for senior management and tactical advice for networking professionals.


Computer, Digital magazine Macworld - August 2011

Macworld - August 2011 (US)
English | PDF | 104 pages | 35.34 MB

Macworld, the most widely-read Macintosh magazine, has won a myriad of editorial and design awards over the years. Macworld combines objective product testing with years of market experience to give readers the perspective, advice, and inspiration to get the most of their Mac. Each issue is loaded with authoritative product reviews, expert hints and tips, in depth feature articles and more!


Photoshop User Magazine - July 2011

English | PDF | 133 pages | 52.2MB

Photoshop User features in-depth Photoshop tutorials written by the most talented photographers, designers, and leading authors in the industry.


Entrepreneur - July 2011


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English | PDF | 136 pages |50.48MB plus 2 more books [/quote]
Entrepreneur magazine is an excellent source of information for entrepreneurs and business owners. It offers advice from leading experts on the latest trends and strategies in marketing, management, technology and much more.


Computerworld - 20 June 2011

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English | PDF | 68 pages | 19.8MB

For 40 years, Computerworld has been the leading source of technology news and information for IT influencers worldwide. Computerworld's award-winning Web site, weekly publication, focused conference series and custom research form the hub of the world's largest global IT media network.          
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Handcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web Design


Dan Cederholm, Ethan Marcotte, "Handcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web Design"
New Riders Press | ISBN: 0321643380 | 2009 | 240 Pages PDF | 43.1 MB

There’s a real connection between craftsmanship and Web design. That’s the theme running through Handcrafted CSS: More Bulletproof Web Design, by bestselling author Dan Cederholm, with a chapter contributed by renowned Web designer and developer Ethan Marcotte. This book explores CSS3 that works in today’s browsers, and you’ll be convinced that now’s the time to start experimenting with it.
Whether you’re a Web designer, project manager, or a graphic designer wanting to learn more about the fluidity that’s required when designing for the Web, you’ll discover the tools to create the most flexible, reliable, and bulletproof Web designs. And you’ll finally be able to persuade your clients to adopt innovative and effective techniques that make everyone’s life easier while improving the end user’s experience. This book’s seven chapters deconstruct various aspects of a case-study Web site for the Tugboat Coffee Company, focusing on aspects that make it bulletproof and demonstrate progressive enrichment techniques over more traditional labor-intensive methods.


CSS for Print Designers



 J. D. Graffam, "CSS for Print Designers"
New Riders Press | ISBN: 0321765885 | 2011 | 176 Pages | PDF | 12.1 MB

Print designers work in images, shapes, and color: not code. The last thing many of them want to do is to translate their work into mono-spaced tags and numbers, divs and ids. But print designers can’t ignore the web and producing a design for the web has become a common part of a complete graphics package. And, knowing the basics of CSS is an essential ingredient for success.

CSS for Print Designers presents web design concepts using metaphors that make sense to visual designers. Instead of using terms like semantics and structure, the book simplifies the language of web design using metaphors that print designers are comfortable with such as grouping like items or sculpting a layout from top to bottom or even how using sprites with CSS is like importing and cropping images in InDesign. The book uses efficient use of space with supporting graphics that demonstrate complex concepts such as nesting tags, clearing floats, and creating sprites.

Who this book is for
This book covers the basics of how to code Web sites by hand with a plain text editor. It’s deliberately short and written in a casual voice, without jargon or geek-speak.

Who should read it
A designer or visual thinker who’s ready to take the first step toward finally learning how to code by hand
A designer who has tried to read other books or online tutorials about coding Web sites, but came away overwhelmed and frustrated
A designer looking for a way to communicate better with coders when handing off projects to them
An art or design student who wants to make Web sites but isn’t interested in a computer science degree
A design professor who needs to teach students the latest Web standards and technology