read Steve Krug’s Don’t Make Me Think;
select an e-commerce web site, which is a website where viewers can select and
purchase items (please be sure to include the set site’s web address or URL in the paper
so I can view the site when reading your project submission);
critique your selected site by
o focusing on any five of Krug’s key principles as applied to the site. For example,
as Krug’s book’s title suggests, web sites should not require users to think too
much (“it doesn’t matter how many times I have to click, as long as each click is
a mindless, unambiguous choice.”) or sites should use conventions.
o noting how the site helped or hindered building goodwill (reference Chapter 11
on this); and
o discussing how well the site addresses accessibility for those with disabilities.
The submitted Word file should be double-spaced and no more than seven pages.
Coverage of five principles – 30%; 6% for each of 5 principles
Goodwill assessment of the site – 5%
Accessibility assessment of the site – 5%
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