Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability
Pearson Education, 5. ßg˙. 2009 - 216 sÝur
Five years and more than 100,000 copies after it was first published, it's hard to imagine anyone working in Web design who hasn't read Steve Krug's "instant classic" on Web usability, but people are still discovering it every day. In this second edition, Steve adds three new chapters in the same style as the original: wry and entertaining, yet loaded with insights and practical advice for novice and veteran alike. Don't be surprised if it completely changes the way you think about Web design.
Three New Chapters!
"I thought usability was the enemy of design until I read the first edition of this book. Don't Make Me Think! showed me how to put myself in the position of the person who uses my site. After reading it over a couple of hours and putting its ideas to work for the past five years, I can say it has done more to improve my abilities as a Web designer than any other book.
In this second edition, Steve Krug adds essential ammunition for those whose bosses, clients, stakeholders, and marketing managers insist on doing the wrong thing. If you design, write, program, own, or manage Web sites, you must read this book." -- Jeffrey Zeldman, author of Designing with Web Standards
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LibraryThing ReviewUms÷gn notanda - autopoietic - LibraryThing
Excellent book which follows its own advice on usability - clear, simple, well designed and accessible. I actually found it to be entertaining and engaging rather than just educational. A lot of the ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUms÷gn notanda - Neale - LibraryThing
A must-have book for computer interface designers - its a quick and funny read and it is well laid out - as you'd expect. Its full colour with many before and after pics demonstrating the ideas. He also has a great usability book out as well. Read full review
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