Best Web Development Reading at PINT in 2014
Recently, a potential client asked us how we stay on top of online security, UX, and web development trends. Since the web and its users are constantly evolving, the PINT team relies on a variety of resources to keep up to date and inspired to try new things with web development. Here is a list of of books and websites some of the PINTsters have checked out this year, and a few titles that we consider the best web development reading we’ve seen in 2014.
Information Dashboard Design
The Functional Art: An introduction to information graphics and visualization
Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience
Jeff Cothelf and Josh Seiden
Communicating Design: Developing web site documentation for design and planning
Daniel M. Brown
Win with Advanced Business Analytics
Jean-Paul Isson and Jesse Harriott
The Best American Infographics, 2013
Interactive Data Visualization for the Web
The Book of Business Awesome
The New Rules of Marketing and PR
David Meerman Scott
Don’t Make Me Think Revisited
The Smashing Editor’s Choice
Editors of Smashing Magazine
Visualize This – The Flowing Data Guide to Design, Visualization, and Statistics
HTML5 and CSS3 for Dummies
We haven’t read this– we just wanted to see if you’re paying attention!
Technology Blogs, Websites, and Podcasts
A List Apart
Harvard Business Review
Some All-Time Best Web Development Resources
Thomas Powell and Fritz Schneider
Web Analytics An Hour a Day
The Wall Street Journal Guide to Information Graphics
Dona M. Wong
Things We Still Want to Check Out
QR Codes Kill Kittens
What the Plus! Google+ for the Rest of Us
Marketing in the Age of Google
So How About You?
Which books and sites have you discovered this year? Any titles you still rely on, project after project? Tell us about your favorite web development resources in the comments below.
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