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The 5 Best Web Design Books Of 2018

Books are a great cut-price resource for learning web-design. If you are a beginner or an expert, a book can be a valuable asset in honing and improving your skills. We reached out to industry experts to get their recommendations for the best web design books of 2018.

#1 Don’t Make Me Think, Revisited by Steve Krug

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It is excellent advice on how to design a website that is very useful to all levels of human intelligence. Β With this method, anyone can find their way around your website with ease.

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Contributors: Jess Perna from JessPerna

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#2 Design is a Job by Mike Monteiro

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his short book is the single best book on working in a creative industry and all the trials and tribulations that come along with it. Monteiro succinctly explains how to do research, work with clients, present your work, get feedback, and ultimately get the job done – all with blunt, no-BS humor.

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Contributors: Ben Guttmann from Digital Natives Group

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#3 CSS: The Missing Manual by David Sawyer

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This is hands down the best CSS book and one of the best web design books I've ever read. Most web design issues come down to people not having mastery understanding of CSS.

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Contributors: Jerry Nihen from Jay Nine, Inc.

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#4 Landing Page Optimization by Tim Ash, Maura Ginty and Rich Page

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Landing Page Optimization by Tim Ash provided me the framework I needed to design my website. There are a lot of different objectives one may have with their design. Tim does an incredible job of breaking down what to exactly to measure, how design impacts it, and the best practices one needs to enhance their design.

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Contributors: R.J. Weiss from The Ways To Wealth

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#5 Professional Web Design: The Best of Smashing Magazine

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This is a good one since it is full of examples, good practices, and resources. It is great to read it when you see nothing but mist in your early years and great to consult too once your career has launched.

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Contributors: Pablo Serrano from Buy Yourself

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