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Don't Make Me Think! A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability (Anglais) Broché – 13 octobre 2000

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People won't use your web site if they can't find their way around it. Whether you call it usability, ease-of-use, or just good design, companies staking their fortunes and their futures on their Web sites are starting to recognize that it's a bottom-line issue. In Don't Make Me Think, usability expert Steve Krug distills his years of experience and observation into clear, practical--and often amusing--common sense advice for the people in the trenches (the designers, programmers, writers, editors, and Webmasters), the people who tell them what to do (project managers, business planners, and marketing people), and even the people who sign the checks.

Krug's clearly explained, easily absorbed principles will help you sleep better at night knowing that all the hard work going into your site is producing something that people will actually want to use.

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Steve Krug is a highly respected usability consultant who has worked quietly for years for companies like Apple, Netscape, AOL, BarnesandNoble.com, Excite@Home, and Circle.com. Don't Make Me Think! is the product of more than ten years experience as a user advocate.

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J'ai commandé la version anglaise comme la dernière version française n'existe pas encore. Bien que orienté pour le développement web et mobile, ce livre est très facile à lire car il démontre des concepts sans entrer dans le côté technique. Il mêle humour et illustration pour démontrer des concepts.
Je pensais avoir acheté un livre qui m'expliquait en partie ce que je savais déjà, j'ai en fait acheté un livre qui m'a fait remarquer ce que je savais et que je ne mettais pas en pratique...
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Dans ce livre, vous (re)découvrirez les principes fondamentaux d’utilisabilité ainsi que les règles essentielles d’ergonomie web qui régissent la structuration des données en ligne. Vous verrez en quoi le respect des conventions en matière de web design vous permettra de faciliter la lecture de votre site et d’accroître ses performances.

Ensuite, vous plongerez dans le monde fantastique des tests d’utilisabilité... Ces tests vous aideront à avoir une vision plus claire de la manière dont les utilisateurs font usage de votre site, et vous permettront en outre de couper court aux réunions multidisciplinaires qui s’enlisent en recentrant la discussion sur des faits observés plutôt que sur des préférences personnelles et/ou des intérêts individuels.
Vous apprendrez comment mettre en place un test utilisateur, tester votre site et, surtout, comment défendre votre projet d’utilisabilité auprès du Management et les rallier à votre cause.

Enfin, vous parcourrez les spécificités de l’utilisabilité pour le mobile, et différents aspects liés à l‘accessibilité des sites web.

Un ouvrage synthétique et pratique à destination de toute personne impliquée dans la conception/gestion de projets web et souhaitant améliorer l’expérience utilisateur de son site.
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Bien que le livre soit entièrement en anglais il est très accessible, bien rythmé, et très bien illustré par des exemples très concrets.
Le must have pour les bonnes pratiques !
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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.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great book for anyone that is maintaining a website for ... 7 mars 2016
Par William J. Sauber - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Great book for anyone that is maintaining a website for a small business or organization. Not a technical book about writing code. Gives you a clear direction and guidance about how the vast majority of users surf the net and how to make your site easy for the majority of users. Less words, more photos, clear and obvious navigation. Great examples of both real and pretend sites that are good and bad and why they are good or bad.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Read this book before designing your new website. 30 novembre 2016
Par Elman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Our website developer recommended me to read this book, and suddenly, we started talking the same language. It just made it so much easier to launch a new website. I was told so many times by our customers, that we have the best website in our field of work.

I think this book should be read by anyone involved in the website development. Is is easy to read, very practical, full of suggestions and colorful illustrations. I particularly liked a comparison of website sections to street signs, and the idea that there is always "just one more thing". I have to admit it, this book is both informative and entertaining.

Now, I am reviewing the third edition published in 2014. Currently, it is November 2016, so, inevitably, some information is no longer of current interest. Mr. Krug talks about a mobile version of websites, but the book was released before Google's "Mobilegeddon", therefore, not having a mobile site isn't even an option anymore. In the same chapter, he assembled a camera using a lightweight reading lamp and attached detailed instructions and photos. It just made me laugh )) Does it really need the instructions? Besides, why not use a GoPro?

Having said that, I really enjoyed the book. Yes, sometimes, it might a little bit too obvious , but it doesn't diminish the fact that this a very useful reading material for all your team members working on a new website. Have fun!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 You MUST get this if you do Web development, online PR, apps, or other user interface and/or online communication 8 janvier 2016
Par S. McCandlish - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is arguably the best introduction to Web usability, and much of its philosophy is applicable to design and communication generally. The original edition revolutionized my (and many others') approach to Web development and online PR. This newer edition improves on the original with no loss or faults. I'd like to see an even newer one that covered mobile apps and such, but that would just be icing on the cake. While this is not as in-depth as Nielsen Norman Group usability reports, those are highly focused on very specific matters, are expensive, and are intended for high-pay Web developers with major clients. If you're just getting started, or don't do this for a living, or are the webmaster for a single organization, this book is probably most of what you need for shapening your Web architecture intuition regarding what will effectively communicate and what will not. Note: This is not a technical HTML coding book, it's a user interface and communications psychology book.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A great book on product usability and how to create a ... 3 mars 2017
Par Charles Fannan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A great book on product usability and how to create a great user experience. It's surprising how many companies have developed products that are difficult to use or require the user to do a lot of thinking to figure out how to use them.

Almost all of us have gone to a website that's hard to use or bought a product that required serious thinking to figure out how to use it. Krug uses plain language to describe how to make things easy to use, which makes life a lot easier for product users.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Bible of web usability common sense 29 novembre 2015
Par Magalini Sabina - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am a doctor, a surgeon, so you would say why are you reading “Don’t make me think”. Good question.
Today we all live by the web, through smart phones and PCs, apps and websites, not to mention social networks that I personally have not yet discovered. The web and its usability is part of our common language, a new alphabet, grammar and syntax we have had to learn to live in our world and get along in our profession and free time. But if you met a person who was only able to speak and not read and write you would say he is an analphabet, the same is not true for a user of the web from whom no one expects she/he be able of composing or better designing a website or an app.
Presently, many domain professionals are willing to designing web content necessary for their specific necessities, but not yet able to do it by themselves and look for “primers” or “how to..” books to help them start or go pro in this activity.
“Don’t make met think” is I believe one of the basic books to learn from. Not only it is easy to read and very clear, but it is also funny, entertaining, full of useful information and at the same time systematic and complete.
Steven Krug is evidently a guru of web usability and he has reached the 3rd edition of his book that has filled the minds and hearts of thousands of computer people. It has been and is so popular I believe because it gets to the point of how to think before starting to design. In some ways it is almost a psychology text or better it uses a practical psychological approach to give simple directives to follow in order to keep on the right tract while carrying out design. It sidetracks into information on attention, the use of time, expert remarks on design and interfaces and also on how people actually think. A whole chapter is focused on ethics of web design: a web site should be a “mensche” or as we would say in Italian “un uomo d’onore”, a man of honor, and another on mobile applications with all their space related problems.
So, if you are a information technology specialist or if you are an amateur wanting to learn how to design an app or a website, this book is a good point to start from. Read it, love it and treasure its teachings.
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