Advanced Common Sensesm is the online home of Web usability consultant and author Steve Krug.
After a long hiatus, I finally have three public workshops scheduled this year:
June 20, 2019
as part of the FLUPA UX Days. (This will be a half-day version of the workshop.)
(New York and San Francisco are part of the Rosenfield Media UX workshop series, which includes lots of great people.)
And of course I'm always happy to teach in-house workshops, if you’d like your team to learn how to do more usability testing with less effort.
3rd edition! After 14 years, I finally updated the book that’s become almost everyone’s introduction to Web usability (500,000 copies in 20 languages). Don’t Make Me Think, Revisited is still short enough to read on a plane ride, but now the examples are from the 21st century, and it talks about mobile sites and apps.
The how-to book. If Don’t Make Me Think convinced you that you should be doing usability tests, this book tells you exactly how to do them. Hint: It’s much easier than you’d think, as you can see in this video of a usabilty test that shows how I do them.
UserTesting.com has a pretty freewheeling two-part interview about the new edition of Don't Make Me Think. (At one point, I can't remember Geena Davis's name.)
Or you can listen to Lou Rosenfeld and I have our usual good time discussing wearables. (Spoiler: I'm an Apple Watch fan.)
Sadly, the video of one of my favorite presentations (“Is Usability Taking a Nose Dive?” in Pasadena a few years ago) somehow got shredded by YouTube. If you happen to have a copy somehow, please let me know. (The slides are available on SlideShare.)