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It's been known for years that usability testing can dramatically improve products. But with a typical price tag of $5,000 to $10,000 for a usability consultant to conduct each round of tests, it rarely happens.
In this how-to companion to Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, Steve Krug spells out an approach to usability testing that anyone can easily apply to their own web site, application, or other product. (As he said in Don't Make Me Think, "It's not rocket surgery".)
In this new book, Steve explains how to:
Krug writes for real people, whether they're Usability experts or not. He offers advice that is possible for anyone with some aptitude for the subject to follow. Read morePublished 2 months ago by I. Hewer
This book is essential to anyone willing to perform user testing by themselves. It's quick to read and very clear. Highly recommendedPublished 16 months ago by Daniel R
Still the most concise and practical advice on how to collect user feedback when texting. I keep referring to it every now and then.Published 18 months ago by sanchezdemarcos
The book is excellent and even gives scripts you can use word for word in usability testing. I used to buy everything at Amazon, but this time I ordered it from a local bookstore... Read morePublished on 20 Mar. 2013 by Todd Chaffee
A great follow up to Don't Make Me Think with a more relevant and up to date approach. I especially like the focus on fixing the big problems since it is easy for practitioners to... Read morePublished on 9 Sept. 2012 by G. Worst
A very easy to read book about usability testing in practice, actually kind of "How to" manual but even though I was laughing aloud several times while reading it, very well... Read morePublished on 21 Jun. 2012 by joooc
It was my first direct attempt at running usability testing when I got this book. This book made it easy, with useful templates, methods and common sense. Read morePublished on 24 Mar. 2012 by Red