Media praise for Drupal for Designers

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"Web designers who will be working on Drupal projects, should be well rewarded in choosing this book as a solid starting point for their studies."
-- Michael J. Ross, Web Developer, Slashdot.org

"If you're the kind of designer who's willing to dig into a little bit of code, this book will shorten your Drupal learning curve considerably."
-- Jay Nelson, Design Tools Monthly, Issue #237 October 2012

"Drupal is a real difficult Content Management System to master and this book does a great job of teaching you the basics and how to create different themes."
-- Stephaine Szostak, cybertron reviews

"Overall, this very well-written book is comprehensive in its coverage of the important aspects of Drupal. Although the title states it is "for designers," it will be of interest to anyone creating a web site using Drupal. The practical advice is clear, and the basics of installing and maintaining a Drupal site are thoroughly covered."
-- Mike Joy, Computing Reviews

"If you have some web design experience but have yet to take on a larger project driven by a content management system (CMS), Drupal for Designers is a great place to start. Not only does Dani Nordin do an admirable job of introducing Drupal concepts to CMS beginners, she also provides a wealth of business advice that can be applied to any web project, regardless of the CMS one chooses." Full Review >
-- Roy Legaard, cv13.net

"This time I'm into Drupal, the opensource CMS of choice. Based on the usual xAMP stack (that means, anyOS capable of running Apache, MySQL and PHP would do), it's a very powerful web system that runs on some of the most viewed sites on the Web (The Economist, the White House... there're plenty of web examples here). However, getting to that maturity level takes some time and effort, and that's where Dani Nordin's book fits in." Full Review >
-- Rafael Flores, zalakain2010.blogspot.com



"Web designers who will be working on Drupal projects, should be well rewarded in choosing this book as a solid starting point for their studies."
--Michael J. Ross, Web Developer, Slashdot.org