Steal This Book! Prioritizing Web Usability


Well, don’t actually steal it.

But if you’re serious about making better websites, go to and place an order for Jakob Nielsen and Hoa Loranger’s Prioritizing Web Usability now. It might be a little outdated, especially in terms of web standards, but it’s still a great book to read if you want to revisit early web usability findings or want to get to know the basics.

I finally got my hands on a copy of the book, courtesy of one of my account managers!

Yes, we’re all a little geeky here at Proximity.



Filed under Accessibility, Books, Design, Development, Information Architecture, Usability, Web

5 responses to “Steal This Book! Prioritizing Web Usability

  1. eh, where’d you get the book from?! I’ve been looking out for it, but no luck.

  2. Suffian Rahman

    I got it from my account manager, Yee. I think he bought it from Kino. Can I recommend another good book to check out? Try and get your hands on Steve Krug’s Don’t Make Me Think!

  3. Geek to Geek talk!!! *runsssssssss*

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