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- Steve Krug
- Don't Make me Think: A Common sense approach to web usability
- New Riders 2000 TK5105.888 K78 ISBN 0-7897-2310-7
- =GUIDE USER HCI WWW/NET PEOPLE TEAMS
- "Advanced Common Sense"
- Expert usability review != usability testing
- (1) self evident | (2) self explanatory
- Users scan pages, they don't read them. We guess. We muddle through.
- Visual hierarchy and logic. Conventions. Break up into areas. Make clickabilty obvious. Minimize noise.
- Omit words! Instructions and happy talk.
- ask(search) or browse?
- navigation info: site id, utilities( a way home, a way to search,...), contents(with drop down secondary navigation)
- Page names on all pages, and match link text that refs them.
- bread crumbs: You are here X>Y>Z>...
- Tab dividers. Drawn right and front tab clearly in front.
- home pages: all the above + tag line + ...+where to start
- design team problems: wars of religion -> resolve by testing the particular case
- How to do usability tests.....
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