Don’t Make Me Think by Steve Krug is a Pdf book about human-computer interaction and web usability. The book hypothesizes that a suitable software program or website should let users achieve their intended tasks as quickly and directly as possible.
Steve Krug suggests that people are good at satisficing or accepting the first available solution to their problem, so the design should take advantage of this.
This book by Steve Krug was first published in 2000, but it’s hard to imagine anyone working on Web usability who hasn’t read it over the years. However, people are still exploring it every day.
In this third edition, Steve adds three latest chapters in the same style as the original: twisted and entertaining, yet packed with insights and helpful advice for beginners and experienced alike. Don’t be surprised if it changes how you think about Web design. With these following three new chapters:
- Usability as common courtesy why do people leave Websites
- Web Accessibility, CSS, and you making sites usable and accessible
- Surviving executive design impulses
It includes essential ammunition for those whose bosses, clients, marketing managers, and stakeholders insist on doing the wrong thing.
If you intend to design, write, program, or manage websites, it is strongly recommended to read this book.
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Get this Pdf book, which is intended to exemplify brevity and focus. According to the book’s introduction, the purpose was to make a text that an executive could read.
The book steps through the right mindset to focus on the user’s experience and goals in accessing a website. The title of the book refers to understanding users well enough so that a website is written to be practically self-evident.
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