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on August 20, 2014
Very helpful to anyone who is undertaking a website maintenance assignment.
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on June 9, 2014
Arrived on time - perfect condition

Excellent book to read if you're someone who needs to brush up on usability requirements for your projects. Has many great points and presented in a manner that won't cause you to fall asleep.
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on March 2, 2010
As a professional in the field of User Experience design and web, Steve Krug's book Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability has been the one that I most refer to colleagues so they can get some idea of what usability and UX professionals do.

This book applies the same engaging style, entertaining illustrations, and clear approach to describing techniques for usability testing that almost anybody can undertake for their projects. It's particularly helpful if you make your living designing web sites, but are never given time or budget to 'properly' user-test them.

Krug provides straightforward strategies for testing all stages of a design project, from the back of a napkin to wireframe to finished project. Each of the sections provides just enough guidance to get started but not so much that you get bogged down in details. Once you're started, you can go on to get serious with books like Handbook of Usability Testing: Howto Plan, Design, and Conduct Effective Tests
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