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Steve Krug's Don't Make Me Think! is the definitive if-you-only-want-to-buy-one-book-buy-this book for people interested in Web design and usability. It's short, it's funny, it's common sense.
Krug's overriding principle is that Web pages should be self-evident and obvious. People should be able to "get it" without expending any effort thinking about it.
If you have room in your head for only one usability rule, "Don't Make Me Think!" should be the one. If you have room on your shelf for only one book, "Don't Make Me Think" should be the one.
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