Scott Fegette |
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
When Steve Krug’s first book Don’t Make Me Think hit the shelves, it took the UX world by storm and brought the discipline of usability and building strong user experiences to a much wider audience than ever before.
lynda.com author Jen Kramer recently sat down with Steve for a podcast around his upcoming keynote session at the Northeast PHP and UX conference.
Their conversation is a great voyage from the early days of the web, when usability was largely an afterthought—all the way to Steve’s current thoughts on today’s UX issues like the infamous ‘hamburger’ menu icon, and how the influence of modern responsive web designs are affecting the desktop browser experience.
Are you ready to learn more?
Make sure to catch Steve Krug (and Jen Kramer) at the Northeast PHP and UX conference for more expert insight on usability and web experiences. And of course, if you’d like to dig deeper into user experience concepts, best practices, and techniques, be sure to check out the lynda.com shared playlist Explore User Experience (UX) Engineering.
Tags: Jen Kramer, Mobile Web, Steve Krug, User Experience, UX, Web, Web Design
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