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‘Pattern Language for Web Usability’ at 30 per cent off

Website design essentials from IT-minds

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This week's must-have offer from Reg associate IT-minds.com is 30 per cent off the unique Pattern Language for Web Usability - a book that uses design patterns to achieve web usability.

The book will show the reader how to design great websites using software patterns as a guide with the aid of stunning full colour design illustrations. Ian Graham allows you to grasp succinctly the essentials needed for successful website design. As well as defining the 79 patterns that make up his pattern language, he will help designers write better sites and avoid errors of omission: everything is covered in this book from understanding requirements to detailed design guidelines.

Register visitors can get this book right now at the reduced price of only £25.89, a substantial discount of 30 per cent.

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