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Good one for e-commerce and e-info.,
This review is from: Don't Make Me Think!: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability (Circle.Com Library) (Paperback)
Its chatty, anecdotal and practical style never strays from the point. The result is a smart run through the basic rules of presenting information, choices and navigation on the Web.
I would say it's not guide for creating designer sites, but that's not to say you shouldn't have a copy. A web-designer should know about presentation and so on, so that rules are broken *for a reason*. And this easy-reader guides you through just about all those rules in a memorable way. Remember: nothing makes for worse websites than designers who don't know what they're doing trying to break what they think of as the rules.
So, why not get this book? It's one slot on the bookshelf that doesn't need to be filled with a difficult to read tome from dullville.