Don't Make Me Think
A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability
Discover the timeless principles of intuitive navigation and information design with this classic guide, relied on by over 400,000 web designers and developers since its first publication in 2000. In this 3rd edition, Steve Krug offers fresh perspective, updated examples, and a new chapter on mobile usability, while retaining the short, profusely illustrated, and fun to read style that has made this book a must-read for anyone working on websites. Whether you're a veteran or a newcomer, this book will show you why it's essential for web designers and developers alike.
2015-07-31T18:10:28.000ZStill the best book on web design ever published, IMO, is "Don't Make Me Think" by @skrug on sale for 64% off – source
A framework to simulate how customers experience your product, especially the moments of confusion. – source
2004-02-02T00:00:00.000ZThe single best book on usability I've ever read." "If you choose to read only one book on usability, choose this one. – source
2012-06-13T23:41:13.000ZThe simplest book I recommend everyone to read when they want to do design. Don't Make Me Think by Steve Krug – source