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Zen of CSS Design Translated Covers

Books

  • The Zen of CSS Design

    New Riders, 2005. Coauthored with Molly Holzschlag, since translated to eight languages. Amazon Editor’s Pick, 2005. (View on Amazon)

  • More Eric Meyer on CSS

    New Riders, 2004. I served as technical editor and contributed design work for the Chapter 10 case study. (View on Amazon)

  • Cascading Style Sheets

    Apress, 2004. I contributed a case study as a mini-chapter. (View on Amazon)

  • Also Referenced In:

    Designing With Web Standards (2nd Edition), Building Findable Web Sites, Visual Design for the Modern Web, and dozens more

Various Articles

Articles

CSS Sprites2 – It’s JavaScript Time
A List Apart, August 2008
The Web Beyond the Desktop
Digital Web, April 2008
The Dave Shea Interview
Christopher Schmitt, December 2007
Get in Shape
24 Ways, December 2007
Photographic Palettes
24 Ways, December 2006
Stop Hacking, or Be Stopped
Vitamin, April 2006
CSS Sprites: Image Slicing’s Kiss of Death
A List Apart, March 2004
In Defense of Fahrner Image Replacement
Digital Web, August 2003
Various Media Appearances

Other Media

  • businessweek.com, June 2008
  • New Riders Interview, March 2008
  • The Lab with Leo Laporte, January 2008
  • businessweek.com, Aug 2007 (US)
  • Design Edge Magazine 02.02 & others (Canada)
  • Dynamic Graphics 11.06 (US)
  • La Nueva Espana, 4 October 2006 (Spain)
  • Fréttablaðið, 26 April 2006 (Iceland)
  • Web Designing 2006-1 (Japan)
  • How Magazine, Volume XX1 (US)
  • Wired Magazine, 13.07 (US)
  • Page Magazine, 04.04 (Germany)
  • Web Designing Magazine, 2004-11 & others (Japan)
  • PIXELmag, Dec03/Jan04 (Australia)

These are some of the many, many publications I’ve been involved with in one way or another, whether it was a role as author, contributor, editor, or simply getting a nod.

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