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Rocket Surgery Made Easy: The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Finding and Fixing Usability Problems (Voices That Matter series) by Steve Krug. Read online, or. Rocket Surgery Made Easy: The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Finding and Fixing Usability Problems (Voices That Matter) - site edition by Steve Krug. Download it. Rocket Surgery Made Easy: The Do-It-Yourself Guide to Finding and Fixing Usability Problems - Ebook written by Steve Krug. Read this book using Google Play.


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Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes. Tente novamente mais tarde. First, know that this book is actually fun to read. Steve Krug has a great sense of humor and recognizes that most of us would prefer to have fun doing this work.

But there's a lot more under the quippy hood. If you build websites or need to test anyone's ability to test anything, this book will give you a solid, step-by-step method to do so. There's also good common sense advice about what to do with what you learn. Having watched Jakob Nielsen run a usability test on stage at a conference over a decade ago, I had some familiarity with the basics of providing a task and trying to stay out of the way of the test participant.

This book is the perfect how-to guide when you're ready to try it yourself. All you need is in the book including scripts for getting participants into the tasks and a great minute example test recording video available at the related website.

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The method shared in this book is really helpful for smaller companies and budgets. It gets you the answers you need to make meaningful improvements that benefit users. Rocket Surgery Made Easy is an excellent resource for anyone who facilitates usability testing. Steve Krug outlines all of the steps, from preparation to execution.

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