Don’t Make Me Think | Steve Krug | UX Design Book Review

December 9, 2019

“Don’t Cause Me To Feel Think” by Steve Krug is among the first books I just read after i was stepping into digital design. It solved the problem change from designing stuff that just “look good” to designing stuff that are functional, helpful, memorable and straightforward to understand and employ.

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This book was initially printed in 2000, then re-printed in the year 2006 and on the other hand in 2014. What’s amazing about Don’t Cause Me To Feel Think is being able to stand the ages since it is not speaking about trends that vary from year upon year or technology which changes in the drop of the hat, but about solid foundational facts which have will be relevant.

Within the video, I cover exactly what the book is all about, things i like and dislike about this and who I believe it is a great fit for (spoiler the reply is everyone).

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