I'm sorry if this has already gone through, but I didn't see it show up
on the list and my SMTP server has been rather unreliable of late...
Let me preface this by saying that my real strengths in the world of
tech are sysadmin tasks and programming. My mantra used to be "I make
it work, I don't make it pretty."
So, here I am trying to learn web design. I had pointedly avoided it
for a long time because what I thought I needed (nested tables, etc) was
messier than my programmer's brain was willing to tolerate. (I still do
most things from the command line.)
I discovered CSS, and I love it--web design that I can hand-code and be
happy with. I'm picking up on the technical aspects quickly, but I'm a
little slower at the actual "design" part. My pages look descent,
everything's where I put it, but it doesn't quite "click" if that makes
Does anyone know of a web page or book that can help a programmer learn
to think a little more like a designer when necessary? I'd appreciate
any links, advice, etc.
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