Get the chance to win Patrick McNeil’s The Web Designer’s Idea Book vol. 3 (shipped internationally) and be inspired all year long!
This idea book is a great resource for graphic and web designers who are looking for quick but solid ideas to be inspired from.
No matter what your style is, this book will definitely find its way to cater your preference.
Five lucky readers will get to take home signed copies of The Web Designer’s Idea Book volume 3.
The Web Designer’s Idea Book Volume 3
Featuring more than 650 examples, this third volume of The Web Designer’s Idea Book is packed with visual inspiration for creating top-notch web design. Web design expert Patrick McNeil, author of the popular Web Designer’s Idea Book series, is back with the latest examples of the best design on the web today.
Arranged thematically, this guide puts important topics like technology, design styles, elements, site types and site structure at your fingertips. This new volume also includes a detailed discussion of the various content management systems available to help you find the best platform for your project.
An indispensable reference, this book provides you with the latest in themes, styles and trends you need to keep your projects relevant in the fast-paced and every-changing world of web design.
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The Author: Patrick McNeil
Patrick McNeil is a web developer, design lover and author whose work revolves around the design community. He is the man behind the successful book series The Web Designer’s Idea Book, now on volume 3 and is currently accepting submissions for volume 4.
Rean concurrently served as the Head of Operations and Editor-in-Chief of 1stwebdesigner from 2011 up until Aug 2014. He regularly writes about freelancing, technology, web design, and web development with a little touch of internet marketing here and there.