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Posted on behalf of David Travis [[log in to unmask]]

Announcing a new book on user centred design:

"E-commerce Usability" by David Travis (System Concepts Ltd)

Top performing dotcoms share a common feature. It isn't a new software 
plug-in or a design gadget or any other piece of technology. These 
sites share a passionate focus on usability.

This guide is designed for software developers, project managers, 
business analysts and user interface designers, and does not require a 
background in human factors or usability. It presents a practical, 
structured, customer-centered design method that encourages innovation 
yet helps to make sure your final design is still easy to use.

'Dr Travis knows the web usability territory well, and he lays out a 
clear map for newcomers to follow'.
- Prof Ben Shneiderman, author of 'Designing the User Interface'.

More information can be found at the book's website: 
http://www.usabilitybook.com.

Published by Taylor & Francis, London.
Price: 15.99 / $24.95

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