Web Usability For Dummies?

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Wiley, Dec 15, 2001 - Computers - 336 pages
Web Usability For Dummies goes beyond the current best-sellers by going beyond usability analysis and offering readers real, hands-on methods for improving site usability and testing usability. This guide covers the essentials a Web designer needs to know to create an effective and usable page or site. The book empowers shows you how to overcome design problems, analyze your own design, and test usability with real users.

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About the author (2001)

Richard Mander, PhD, is a principal of Zanzara, a Web design and usability firm whose clients include Microsoft, Apple, Sun, and Schwab.

Bud Smith is author of the bestselling Creating Web Pages For Dummies.

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