Since Don’t Make Me Assume was first printed in 2000, masses of heaps of Internet designers and builders have trusted usability guru Steve Krug’s information to lend a hand them remember the foundations of intuitive navigation and knowledge layout. Witty, commonsensical, and eminently sensible, it’s probably the most perfect-beloved and such a lot really helpful books at the topic.
Now Steve returns with contemporary viewpoint to reexamine the foundations that made Don’t Make Me Think a vintage–with up to date examples and a brand new bankruptcy on cellular usability. And it’s nonetheless brief, profusely illustrated…and perfect of all–amusing to learn.
If you’ve learn it sooner than, you’ll rediscover what made Don’t Make Me Think so very important to Internet designers and builders all over the world. In case you’ve by no means learn it, you’ll see why such a lot of other folks have stated it will have to be required studying for somebody operating on Internet websites.
“After studying it over a few hours and hanging its concepts to paintings for the previous 5 years, I will say it has performed extra to enhance my skills as a Internet fashion designer than every other e-book.”
–Jeffrey Zeldman, creator of Designing with Internet Requirements