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Steve Krug Interview

In his recent two-part column, WebTalkGuys Radio Show co-host Dana Greenlee highlights his interview with Steve Krug, author of the well-received, popular book, Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability. You can listen to the 33-minute audio interview and read excerpts.

Don’t Make Me Think, by Steve Krug

If you haven’t yet picked up the book, it’s been one that I’ve wholeheartedly recommended to both clients and colleagues. It’s easy to read and understand and packed with great tips and points that can make a positive difference in the usability of your site.

04:12 pm, pst19 March, 2002 Comments, Trackbacks ·

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