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Don't make me think! : a common sense approach to Web usability
Krug, Steve.
Adult Nonfiction

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ContentsPage
Preface: About the Second Editionp. vi
Forewordp. xii
Introduction: Read me firstp. 2
Guiding Principles
Chapter 1 - Don't make me think!p. 10
Chapter 2 - How we really use the Webp. 20
Chapter 3 - Billboard Design 101p. 30
Chapter 4 - Animal, vegetable, or mineral?p. 40
Chapter 5 - Omit [needless] wordsp. 44
Things You Need to Get Right
Chapter 6 - Street signs and Breadcrumbsp. 50
Chapter 7 - The first step in recovery is admitting that the Home page is beyond your controlp. 94
Making Sure You Got Them Right
Chapter 8 - "The Farmer and the Cowman Should Be Friends"p. 122
Chapter 9 - Usability testing on 10 cents a dayp. 130
Larger Concerns and Outside Influences
Chapter 10 - Usability as common courtesyp. 160
Chapter 11 - Accessibility, Cascading Style Sheets, and youp. 168
Chapter 12 - Help! My boss wants me to _p. 180
Recommended readingp. 186
Acknowledgmentsp. 192
Indexp. 198


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