Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, 2nd Edition

Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, 2nd Edition

Steve Krug

5 years and greater than 100,000 copies after it used to be first released, it truly is tough to visualize an individual operating in website design who hasn't learn Steve Krug's "instant vintage" on internet usability, yet everyone is nonetheless getting to know it each day.  during this moment version, Steve provides 3 new chapters within the similar type because the unique: wry and unique, but loaded with insights and sensible recommendation for amateur and veteran alike.  do not be shocked if it thoroughly alterations how you take into consideration website design. With those 3 new chapters:

  • Usability as universal courtesy -- Why humans rather depart net sites
  • Web Accessibility, CSS, and also you -- Making websites usable and accessible
  • Help! My boss desires me to ______. -- Surviving govt layout whims

"I proposal usability used to be the enemy of layout till I learn the 1st version of this book.  Don't Make Me imagine! showed me the way to positioned myself within the place of the person that makes use of my site.  After interpreting it over a few hours and placing its principles to paintings for the prior 5 years, i will be able to say it has performed extra to enhance my skills as an online dressmaker than the other book.

In this moment variation, Steve Krug provides crucial ammunition for these whose bosses, consumers, stakeholders, and advertising and marketing managers insist on doing the inaccurate thing.  for those who layout, write, application, personal, or deal with sites, you need to learn this book."  -- Jeffrey Zeldman, writer of Designing with internet Standards

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