Book Collection: Technical

  1. CSS Secrets, by Lea Verou, unveils the rare power of CSS that allows designers to create stunning visual effects with ease.
  2. DOM Scripting, by Jeremy Keith and Jeffrey Sambells, is a designer-friendly approach to learning unobtrusive JavaScript to enhance the user experience.
  3. Form Design Patterns, by Adam Silver, walks you through 10 different design patterns that focus on the user experience.
  4. Going Offline, by Jeremy Keith, explains the ins and outs of service works in clear, comprehensible details.
  5. HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites, by Jon Duckett, is an absolute beginner’s book for designers who want to learn the basic languages of the web.
  6. HTML5 for Web Designers, by Jeremy Keith, is the quickest way to learn the new HTML elements.
  7. JavaScript & jQuery: Interactive Front-End Web Development, by Jon Duckett, features pleasing design, clear writing, and comprehensive coverage of the programming language for the web.
  8. JavaScript: The Definitive Guide, by David Flanagan, is comprehensive reference for programmers.
  9. JavaScript: A Beginner’s Guide, by John Pollock, is, by far, the most approachable and practical book on learning JavaScript.
  10. jQuery: A Beginner’s Guide, by John Pollock ,is for anyone who wants to add rich user interaction to the web.
  11. MODX: The Official Guide, by Bob Ray, is a must-have if you develop websites with MODX.
  12. The New CSS Layout, by Rachel Andrew, shows you how to create powerful, flexible layouts with just a few lines of CSS.
  13. Responsible Responsive Design, by Scott Jehl, a companion to Ethan Marcotte’s Responsive Web Design, is a required read for front-end developers who want to make the web more accessible and faster.
  14. Responsive Web Design, by Ethan Marcotte, is a must-read responsive web design book written by the man who discovered and popularized the concept.
  15. SMACSS, by Jonathan Snook, explains analytical process on CSS categorization.