Item description for WEB Design: E-Commerce (Icons) by Julius Wiedmann...
The world's coolest online shopping sites In this latest addition to the Web Design series, we explore the very best of electronic commerce website design. Now that people are using online shops to buy everything from computers to groceries to clothing, e-commerce has become a major player in the sales market---to such a degree that recent research has estimated that about 10% of US "brick and mortar" sales are even influenced by online shops. From small retailers to online superstores, this guide brings you the most cutting edge e-commerce sites on the web today.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.64" Width: 5.75" Height: 0.55" Weight: 0.88 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2006
ISBN 3822840556 ISBN13 9783822840559
Reviews - What do customers think about WEB Design: E-Commerce (Icons)?
Brief examinations of some of the coolest retail web sites Feb 17, 2008
While you obviously cannot copy the web site of another, the smart person closely examines what others are doing to look for the newest and coolest advertising features. For many companies, their web presence is the principal point of contact and the site must be eye-catching, informative and change over time. This book examines the web presence of seven companies:
Each examination includes several high quality color images of pages on the site as well as a brief description of what the company does and some of how they do it. The descriptions are in English, French and German. The remainder of the book is a set of two-page spreads of images of web sites the editor considers significant. If you are interested in the online styles some companies are using to present themselves to the world, then this book will help satisfy that interest.
Good book for inspiration Jan 20, 2008
A lightweight read with good insight and info on how the pro's create websites. Less of a how-to book than a detailed portfolio of interesting case studies including each firms design philosophy for their projects with tools used to build it and in some cases the number of hours it took to complete. (A real eye opener!) Worth the purchase price.
Graphics and text OK Jan 19, 2007
Very good book. After reading this, you'll know a lot more about web design. Graphics and text OK, not that small. Brief, easy to read, holds your attention.
Understand this is a garbage minibook with a decieving title Aug 9, 2006
I rate this a two because instead of learning how to design write and what works best for users, this book tends to just have very high end sites from large companies that look very cool. It does not delve into success rates, consumer behavior, or any of the details that should be mentioned when the topic of Ecommerce design comes up.