Can a magazine flourish on the web? We know it can. Since 1998, we’ve published the definitive online magazine “for people who make websites.” Designers and developers worldwide trust A List Apart to introduce smarter, more stylish ways of serving web users. Time and again, our ideas have shaken up the industry. And our community keeps growing.
Too many pages, not enough focus. That’s the trouble with most web design books. Designers need precision tools; we provide them. Our first title, Jeremy Keith’s HTML5 For Web Designers, concisely and entertainingly tells pros just what they need to know about the web’s new markup language—from strategy to semantics.
As much as we love independent publishing, some ideas travel farthest when handled by savvy traditional imprints. Our friends at New Riders, for instance, helped our founder change web design by taking Designing With Web Standards to the masses. In this corner, we track “traditional” books (and other publications) penned by Zeldman et al.