product Head First Mobile Web (Brain-Friendly Guides) by Lyza Danger Gardner and Jason Grigsby is from O’Reilly (2012). I confess I got a little excited reading this book, which I haven’t done in a long time with a book I intended to review. The excitement came from the fact that I was learning so much. … Continue reading “Review: Head First Mobile Web”
A review of Head First Web Design from O’Reilly. More . . .
Creating Passionate Users: Crash course in learning theory This is interesting coming on the heels of my review of a Head First book in the previous post. The material here describes the learning theory that the Head First books use.
Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML by Elisabeth Freeman and Eric Freeman is from O’Reilly’s Head First series. The teacher in me has burned with curiosity about Head First books for some time now, but this is the first Head First book on a topic I feel competent to comment about. If you’ve looked … Continue reading “Review: Head First HTML with CSS and XHTML”
The W3C released the first working draft of HTML5. They really, really, really want your help and input. Here are a few of the phrases from the spec that prove how in need they are of careful critical appraisal for this spec. This specification should be read like all other specifications. First, it should be … Continue reading “HTML5 First Working Draft”