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Rocket surgery made easy : the do-it-yourself guide to finding and fixing usability problems

Author: Steve Krug
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : New Riders, ©2010.
Series: Voices that matter.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In this how-to companion to Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability, Steve Krug spells out an approach to usability testing that anyone can easily apply to their own web site, application, or other product.--From publisher description.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Krug
ISBN: 9780321657299 0321657292
OCLC Number: 499491845
Credits: Mark Matcho, illustration.
Description: v, 161 p. : ill. (some col.), form ; 23 cm.
Contents: Finding usability problems. You don't see any elephants around here, do you? : What do-it-yourself usability testing is, why it always works, and why so little of it gets done --
I will now saw my [lovely] assistant in half : What a do-it-yourself test looks like --
A morning a month, that's all we ask : A plan you can actually follow --
What do you test, and when do you test it? : Why the hardest part is starting early enough --
Recruit loosely and grade on a curve : Who to test with and how to find them --
Find some things for them to do : Picking tasks to test and writing scenarios for them --
Some boring checklists : And why you should use them even if, like me, you don't really like checklists --
Mind reading made easy : Conducting the test session --
Make it a spectator sport : Getting everyone to watch and telling them what to look for --
Fixing usability problems. Debriefing 101 : Comparing notes and deciding what to fix --
The least you can do : Why doing less is often the best way to fix things --
The usual suspects : Some problems you're likely to find and how to think about fixing them --
Making sure life actually improves : The art of playing nicely with others --
The road ahead. Teleportation made easy : Remote testing: fast, cheap, and slightly out of control --
Overachievers only : Recommended reading --
Happy trails/to you : A few final words of encouragement --
Sample test script and consent form.
Series Title: Voices that matter.
Responsibility: Steve Krug.

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