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Back to the User: Creating User-Focused Web Sites (Voices (New Riders))

by Gary McClain

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0735711186, Paperback)

Back to the User integrates Web design, navigation and content considerations with effective branding and marketing guidelines. By teaching those that create websites how to think like the people who use them, this book enables web marketers and developers to create sites that people want to, and can successfully, use.

The authors offer their readers an approach to engaging target users in the development process early on and in a meaningful way so that the very premise of a site is driven by the needs and desires of its users. The book provides countless examples of common mistakes that even the best websites make and offers solutions that are geared to get everyone on a web development team, from CEO to programmer, viewing the site from the user¿s perspective.

This book is intended for:Senior management of companies, large and small, who are about to build or rebuild a WebsiteWeb designers, developers and information architectsWeb marketers and consultantsAdvertising agency creatives, planners and account executivesAnyone else in an organization who is involved in creating Websites

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:19:41 -0400)

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