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Top Reviewer Ranking: 807,594 - Total Helpful Votes: 31 of 37
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3.0 out of 5 stars OK but doesn't last, 4 July 2012
The Good:
- It works
- I paid 3

The Bad:
- It lasted less than 3 months before it broke
Neuro Web Design: What Makes Them Click? (Voices T&hellip by Susan Weinschenk
2.0 out of 5 stars A good taster, 25 July 2011
This book is an accessible and easy read that provides an introduction to human behaviour as it relates to web interfaces. If this is a new topic for you and you want to dip your toe into the water, then this is a good starting book (though a better starting point would be Don Norman's The Design of Everyday Things). The easily digestible chapters refer to fundamental research that underpins the text and provide a 'take home' summary at the end of each chapter.

It is however a book that lacks depth, and is only really suitable as an introduction to someone who wants to understand how people use the web. If you already have an interest in the field of human behaviour or… Read more
Design Principles and Usability: Human Computer In&hellip by Sudantha Gunawardena
(based on a "look inside" from another vendor)

The positive:

This book appears to be a collection of design principles drawn from researchers in the field of Human-Computer Interaction.

The negative:

It is poorly translated (or even more poorly written), and from the preview at least does not appear to offer any original content. Somewhat amusingly for a book on design principles it appears to have no thought or effort put into the design. If I were to guess I would say that the material was put together for a college assignment and the author then decided to turn it into a book.

If this is available at a low price then you may find it… Read more

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