UX Books: Don’t Make Me Think – Revisited

UX Books: Don’t Make Me Think – Revisited

Book Review

Don’t Make Me Think Revisited is the follow on from Steve Krug’s international best seller Don’t Make Me Think (released way back in 2000).

If you’re new to UX, this is a must read, the first edition went on to sell over 100,000 copies worldwide, elevating it to ‘cult’ status within the Design and UX world.

In this edition, Krug takes the same approach as in Don’t Make Me Think, explaining UX at a relatable and accessible level, this time adding more modern examples.

This book will teach you how to be a better designer by making you more aware of how users interact with websites and process information.


design vs reality

How we design websites vs how people scan websites


About The Author

Steve Krug (@skrug) is a usability expert with over 20 years of experience working in UX for companies such as Apple, Netscape, AOL, Lexus, and more.

He has become a highly sought-after speaker on all things Usability and Design related.

Who’s It For?

Anyone new to the field of UX or Design who wants to gain deeper understanding of what UX is and why it’s important in todays web driven world.

Also great for passing on to anyone who questions what UX is and why UX is important.

Where To Get It?

You can purchase the book from Amazon

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