A list of books I read back in the day. The original purpose was for potential clients to find more about my background, so that influenced which titles were included. Now archiving it here, to make it easier to delete from my other site that is undergoing spring cleaning. Outdated and incomplete, but the list reminds me of how far I’ve come since I started learning CSS in 2006:

100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People — Susan Weinschenk
Design in the Real World — Victor Papanek
On Web Typography — Jason Santa Maria

Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS — Jonathan Snook

The Shape of Design — Frank Chimero

Execute – Drew Wilson & Josh Long
Design Is a Job — Mike Monteiro
Hardboiled Web Design — Andrew Clarke
Content Strategy for Mobile — Karen McGrane
Adaptive Web Design — Aaron Gustafson

Mobile First — Luke Wroblewski
Designing for Emotion — Aarron Walter
The Elements of Content Strategy — Erin Kissane
Responsive Web Design — Ethan Marcotte
CSS3 for Web Designers — Dan Cederholm

HTML5 for Web Designers — Jeremy Keith
Handcrafted CSS — Dan Cederholm with Ethan Marcotte

Bulletproof Web Design — Dan Cederholm

Don’t Make Me Think — Steve Krug
Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML — Elisabeth Robson and Eric Freeman

CSS Mastery — Andy Budd

…and before 2006, I used Adobe GoLive to build websites. But that’s a different story.