Five Simple Steps


Mark Boulton’s Five Sim­ple Steps: A Prac­ti­cal Guide to Design­ing for the Web is finally avail­able in PDF for­mat for only £12.

A Prac­ti­cal Guide to Design­ing for the Web aims to teach you tech­niques for design­ing your web­site using the prin­ci­ples of graphic design. Fea­tur­ing five sec­tions, each cov­er­ing a core aspect of graphic design: Get­ting Started, Research, Typog­ra­phy, Colour, and Lay­out. Learn solid graphic design the­ory that you can sim­ply apply to your designs, mak­ing the dif­fer­ence from a good design to a great one.

I’m about to down­load it and check this baby out. Very exciting.        

6 Comments on "Five Simple Steps"

  • Glenn says

    Look sace! Will def­i­nitely need to get my hands on that as well.

  • Hi Anto­nio! Could you please post a quick review of this guide after you check it out?

    I found it most inter­est and your feed­back will be most appreciated.


  • Antonio says

    Once I have a chance to read it I will write a small review on it.

  • Phil says

    Read it yet, Antonio?

  • Antonio says

    Not yet but I will very soon.

  • Andy says

    For what it’s worth, I just fin­ished read­ing it and I highly rec­om­mend it. It cov­ers a lot in a short span, so in that sense it doesn’t go ter­ri­bly deep into any par­tic­u­lar sub­ject, but it’s a great overview from the right per­spec­tive. For me, it val­i­dated a lot of things I already do and clued me in on many areas I hadn’t explored. In that sense it was pretty inspiring.