Dear Dr. Usability, The guy I work with is always quoting some usability guru, but he's wrong, I just know it. For one thing, this guy's Web site is totally unreadable and looks terrible. How can I promote his ideas when everyone looks at it and scoffs, "This guy knows something?" And it doesn't look like he's updated the site in years. Where do I look for ammunition to shoot down this loudmouth? Signed, Guru-less and Happy About It Dear Guru-less, Guru-less? Maybe "Clueless" would be a better name? First of all, do not question a guru. (Who do…
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