"If there is one book that should be open on every Web designer's deskthis is it! Badre presents a comprehensive guide to the process of designing Web sites, complete with references to research studies, concrete examples, and lots of illustrations of Web pages that work and some that don't work. This is the ultimate cook-book for identifying user requirements for Web sites, doing user-centered Web site design, and performing usability evaluations on Web sites. Badre notes that there are many differences between designing graphical user interfaces and Web sites that make Web site design more challenging. He focuses his…
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