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Designing Web Usability
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on July 18, 2004
This book is a must for every web developer, although I think it's time for a newer version, as some of the examples and theories are based on pre-2000 studies.
Overall you can expect a great insight on correct web-design, colors matching, liquid pages, use of navigation and quick respond to user needs.
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on April 7, 2006
This is a good book if you've never heard about usability. I agree with the review saying it would be time for a review though...
I find it too extremist on some points. A designer would look at this (and surely his website) and say he'll never want to do another website if it has to be that way...
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on March 16, 2004
This man can really tell you how to design a website that will satisify user well. He has researched the field of web design and usability stats and knows his stuff. But don't let the man design a webpage by himself. He's a good usability guy, not a good designer.
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on July 11, 2000
The content of the book was very useful, but the paragraphs were often broken up by up to five pages of graphics which really made it hard for the book to flow correctly. It seemed that Jakob Nielsen did a lot of finger pointing without suggesting any solutions.
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on August 31, 2002
Start wih Steve Krug's Don't Make Me Think, then once the principles you've learned there are ingrained, move on here for more detail.
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