jQuery for Designers

Now in its second edition! A gentle introduction to JavaScript and jQuery for non-coders.

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Non-scary

Steps you through each task and provides helpful information to take the anxiety out of learning to code.
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Just for Designers

Clear and concise, design-centric tutorials teach you jQuery without getting bogged down in jargon.
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jQuery for Designers is a gentle and approachable introduction to learning to create interactive page elements with jQuery.

Praise for the First Edition

I just finished reading your book, jQuery for Designers, and have to tell you how thankful I am to have found this book. I have ready many jQuery, JavaScript books and been left still not understanding what I was supposed to know when I was done. With your book I was able to follow along and actually understand what each step was doing. Thank you so much for writing such a great book!

…jQuery for Designers is a friendly, plainspoken tutorial on how to use some simple jQuery plugins – in short, little code-laden gadgets programmed by someone else and available for free – in a web page, and how to customize them to your liking. A great book for freelance web designers who are asked to take care of the programming as well as the graphics, even if you hate coding as much as I do. Keep this book by your side and you’ll be able to design slide shows, photo galleries, dropdown menus, navigation tags, you name it. All very easy to follow and non-scary. A worthwhile investment!

Another merit of the book is the extensive use of HTML5. Though you can’t really tell this by looking at the front or back covers. If you have also been curious about what HTML5 can do for your website, the book can function as a de facto collection of examples.

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