le 20 juillet 2001
If you need to learn about web usability and you are in a hurry (like usually computer people are), this book is for you. It is short and goes direct to the point. The author point out what worth to worry about focusing on what work, instead of the millions of ways it wouldn't work. He doesn't take out your freedom, giving you principles instead of recipes. The book is well structured and very practical to use. It stays with the basics. If your work is usability you'll need other sources, but "Don't make me think" is a great kick off.