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I can imagine some readers reaching the end of this book and saying to themselves “I’ll think about HTML5 in a few years after it’s widely adopted”, while I think it would have been better for the author to have offered more encouragement for people to get their hands dirty now. How often do you laugh out loud while reading about coding standards?

It’s purpose is to simplify markup to better desifners how the web is actually used. If you answered a, I’m afraid of you. One thing I would criticise is the design of the ebook. It would have been good to have the book number “! I was somehow expecting. I was young er than I am nowand I decided to make a personal website on GeoCities. This was a pretty good overview of HTML5. Jeremy does a good job at touching on key information such as obsolete tags, accessibility concerns, form enhancements, and semantics.

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Its length is a selling point, as the A Book Apart website advertises it, and it is also a weakness. Jul 13, Trey Piepmeier rated it it designerw amazing. It is also the most powerful, and in some ways, the most confusing.

I am using it on my site. Overall, html5 for web designers by jeremy keith is a good book, easy and fast, sprinkled with bits of humour, pleasurable read.

HTML5 For Web Designers by Jeremy Keith

One of the first flagship demonstrations of the power html5 for web designers by jeremy keith canvas came from Mozilla Labs. It doesn’t claim to be designres more, and for designers who are unfamiliar with HTML5, this will probably be enough. This book is perfect if you want to know everything about the new HTML5 tags. Maybe my expectations were high because of Jon Ducket’s book, it had detailed examples. Aug 10, Francois Versepuy rated it really liked it.

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Adoption is quite risk-free. Aug 11, Grant Baker rated it really liked it. The book was to the point, it had some humor in it About the Authors Jeremy Keith is an Irish web developer living in Brighton, England, where he works with html5 for web designers by jeremy keith web consultancy firm Clearleft.

Along the way it includes suggestions and designfrs about what features are currently working best and why, what sort of browser support is available currently, what tricks to employ for greater browser support and backwards compatibility, and how to deal with accessibility issues.

Based on this, my quick review.

HTML5 For Web Designers

Mar 13, Chad Warner rated it liked it Shelves: Be realistic about what you will get from an page book, and you will find this satisfactory. Keith’s brand of humour and cultural references are never laboured or over bearing and helps keep the reader on his side.

The latest and greatest specification! It doesn’t attempt to teach you HTML from scratch.

See All Goodreads Deals…. Especially for newer designers and front-end developers who have really only known HTML5, this is a good reference that provides some of the historical background of HTML beyond the basics, and provides some insight on how to correct utilize the changes from a design and ekith perspective.

I found this very short HTML5 primer too shallow. I see this book as an HTML5 buffet table. HTML5 is an attempt to create a markup language for the Web that puts our past behind us while embracing the legacy it has left.

HTML 5 for Web Designers, by Jeremy Keith

we As someone familiar with some of HTML5 and unclear on other parts, I found this book html5 for web designers by jeremy keith but not quite as enlightening as I had hoped.

This is strictly about the new tags and their usage. A criticism I do have is designerz repeated references to designwrs, a JavaScript library for browser feature control, an aspect I find strange given Keith’s philosophy on pairing down complexity. After a history of the evolution of HTML, Keith moves to information about how particular aspects of HTML5 originated or were selected, before progressing to a chapter on the semantics of the language.

Keith is a sma This is the first eBook that I’ve read cover-to-cover. But more designefs that, I html5 for web designers by jeremy keith entertained. Aside from that, the changes he notes are fascinating examples of immediate relevance to web designers, e.

It was a gaudy affair that reflected my lack of design skills and made use of notorious elements like. While some of the descriptions of the semantics of past and future tags had me talking to the book out loud in a mild rage That’s what semantics are for, right?