Published in 2002, Inspiring Creative Web Design: Past, Present, and Future is a book that explores the web as a medium for artistic expression, creative explorations in digital interaction, and discussed the history and future of now commonplace ideas such as usability, animation, and multimedia.
The book celebrated the pioneers of web art of the day, showcasing cutting edge work around notions such as glitch and pixel art. With interviews from leading lights in the world of human/computer interface, it was a book at the cutting edge of  the emerging field of digital creativity.
Leading names such as Jacob Nielsen, Ted Nelson, Mike Cina, and Damian Stephens, all shared their insights in a book that now exists as a permanent celebration of a new frontier of artistic work. 
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