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Advanced Common Sensesm is the online home of Web usability consultant and author Steve Krug.
Now in its 3rd edition! After 14 years, I finally updated the book that’s become almost everyone’s introduction to Web usability (500,000 copies in 20 languages). Don’t Make Me Think, Revisited is still short enough to read on a plane ride, but now the examples are from the 21st century, and it talks about mobile sites and apps.
The how-to book. If Don’t Make Me Think convinced you that you should be doing usability tests, this book tells you exactly how to do them. Hint: It’s much easier than you’d think, as you can see in this usability test video that shows how I do them.
Chris Schmitt has posted an hour of our very pleasant (for me, anyway) conversation on the Non Breaking Space podcast. As usual, I probably said several things I shouldn’t have (e.g. bad-mouthing mobile design, starting at 11:20).
They will cut off your head if you get too close. Note: Do not throw a grenade while there is a flame barrel down there; it will not do twice the damage. Also, be careful of the Chainsaw Hags that appear. It is best if you are Hunk or Krauser to use the neck break; and the transformation of Krauser's arm, which kills them in one hit. How long is separate ways re4.
TheUXIntern (Wesley Noble) has posted our hour-long chat (also available on iTunes podcasts). We ended up talking about things like The Great Skeuomorphism Panic of 2013.
UserTesting.com has a pretty freewheeling two-part interview about the third edition of Don't Make Me Think. (At one point, I can't remember Geena Davis's name.)
Or you can listen to Lou Rosenfeld and I have our usual good time discussing wearables. (Spoiler: I'm an Apple Watch fan.)
Sadly, the video of one of my favorite presentations (“Is Usability Taking a Nose Dive?” in Pasadena a few years ago) somehow got shredded by YouTube. If you happen to have a copy, please let me know. (The slides are available on SlideShare.)
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