Taschen's 1000 Favorite Websites

Taschen's 1000 Favorite Websites

by Wiedemann (Author)

Synopsis

Style surfing In the not-too-distant past, the "internet" was a military communication device virtually unknown to civilians. Then in the 1990s came an explosion, a sort of digital big bang, and suddenly everyone began communicating via the world wide web. The web's evolution has proceeded at lightning speed, meaning that today's websites are infinitely more sophisticated and well-designed than their predecessors. When a website gets updated, the previous version generally evaporates into the digital beyond, so it's up to us to preserve and record this fascinating medium, 1000 Favorite Websites brings together - you guessed it - 1000 of today's very best websites in the areas of advertising, architecture, art design, digital, erotic, illustration, movies, fashion, photography, and more; each website is presented via screenshots annotated with icons indicating the features of the site (e.g. animation, sound, downloadable material, etc.) Serving as a vital reference for web enthusiasts, this book is also a place marker in the history of the internet and a vibrant catalog of cutting-edge global web design. Bonus: Included in the book is a DVD (PAL and NTSC format, region o) containing six mini-documentaries, each focusing on interviews with a creative web professional. The subjects covered include: how to use the net to maximize production, to find technical support, to help clients, to provide better service, to exchange ideas, to stay updated on the latest news, and to put creativity to work.

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Format: Audio Cassette
Edition: Pap/DVD
Publisher: Taschen GmbH
Published: 31 Oct 2003

ISBN 10: 3822825867
ISBN 13: 9783822825860

Author Bio
Julius Wiedemann was born and raised in Brazil. After studying graphic design and marketing, he left the country to live in Japan for almost 4 years, where he worked in Tokyo as art editor for digital and design magazines. He subsequently joined TASCHEN as the editor in charge of digital titles and is currently based at the company's headquarters in Cologne. In 2001, he edited the book Digital Beauties and since then has been building up TASCHEN's newest digital collection.