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reviewed Amazon.com. April 23, 2009
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Being both an avid reader and record collector I have been doing business with Amazon.com  since I got my very first computer back in 1997.   I have always found the product selection to …
reviewed Amazon.com. June 23, 2009
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I've been a customer of Amazon's since it opened, and over the last decade it's incredible to see how they've developed. What started as a simple but well-built online bookstore has emerged as the premier …
reviewed Amazon.com. July 03, 2009
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It's admirable to see that so many people love Amazon.com.  I really enjoy the place.  I showed up to Amazon in September of 2000.  My first review was of a strategy guide.  It's …
reviewed Defensive Design for the Web. March 15, 2010
Who is this resource appropriate for?      This book is great for anyone who is just learning UX and basic design principles or even for the more seasoned designer.  If you are …
reviewed Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense A.... October 23, 2000
Ordinarily, I avoid using the phrase "common sense", considering it to be one of those generalities used when you are unable or unwilling to categorize an algorithm. However, in this case, it applies …
reviewed Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense A.... February 05, 2007
If you want to design quality websites and haven't read this book you are doing your visitors a disservice. It's that simple. Don't Make Me Think is well written, well structured, easy to read and short. …
If I read a book on web design or web usability, the thing that will turn me off the quickest is the dogmatic rantings of a self-proclaimed "expert" on the subject. It's far too easy to call one's preferences …
If there's a book to use when introducing someone to the ideas of usability on the Web, I'd have to say that I think this is it. Not Nielsen, and not Cooper (at least not to start with). Steve Krug's …
reviewed Don't Make Me Think: A Common Sense A.... November 19, 2005
When we design Web sites, we often overlook the simplest things because we're too wrapped up in the design. After working on Web sites for a while, some of us have slowly moved away from what we know …
reviewed Amazon.com. May 18, 2009
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I admit it, I have a problem...I'm addicted to Amazon.com.  If I'm on my computer, 95% of the time, I'm looking at Amazon, or if I'm not looking at Amazon, I just finished.  I started with books.  …
reviewed Amazon.com. December 29, 2008
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Homage to @arichards    Why shop at Amazon.com you ask?  It makes shopping for gifts, so easy and fast.  Based in New York with cheap shipping that's short  No …
reviewed Amazon.com. February 17, 2009
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Amazon is the online giant that has spawned a number of imitators.....but none are equal to the original. It started as a gleam in a man's eye, Jeff Bezos, to create an online bookstore. Well, that was …
reviewed A List Apart. March 04, 2010
posted in All Things Design
A List Apart has been my go to website for quite some time now.  Everytime I need inspiration on new designs, or even if I just wanna read about something web-y.      …
reviewed Tapworthy: Designing iPhone Interface.... March 18, 2010
posted in SXSW on Lunch
As my headline suggests, Josh Clark brought the fundamental concepts of Steve Krug to bear on the mobile space. Not only did he show how to make intuitive interfaces for the mind, but given the mobile …
reviewed Fast Company. March 10, 2010
Fast Company (1-year)
Fast Company is a solid magazine that leans nicely on the business of design rather than specific tactics.  The publication's website is fresh, up to date, and all over the place in a good way. …
reviewed Amazon.com. August 20, 2009
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i also like to shop on Amazon but I only look for stuff I need. But Woot is different. There i buy stuff i didn't know I needed. So i check woot.com every day. Most of the offerings are not for me but …
reviewed Amazon.com. December 07, 2008
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Like the title says, Amazon is like an online mall. I've ordered everything from vitamins to japanese mangas from them before. In fact, I don't buy anything I don't need immediately from retail stores …
reviewed Fast Company. August 12, 2009
Fast Company (1-year)
Fast Company is a magazine that focuses on recent trends in business and technology from a very socially-conscious point of view. The design and format of the magazine are very appealing, and before I …
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