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  • Title: Customer Effective Websites (Prentice Hall (engl. Titel))
  • Author: Jodie Dalgleish
  • ISBN: 0130878278
  • Page: 284
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    1. This book deserves two or three reads. There are some real gems to be discovered. The easy-to-read writing style might disguise some really unique thinking and concepts. The author presents the concept of "theming" (where customer scenarios create "doing threads" around which navigation, metahor, utility and dialogue are wrapped) for example as a whole new way to approach Web design. The author also shows how a company can do research to identify what customers need to do on their Web site [...]


    2. The first few pages excited me, as I thought the book was coming at the subject from a great angle. However, then I got bogged down. While there are useful points made, it is difficult to find them.I feel the book could be useful for people who are approaching websites from a technical background but that the overkill - in my opinion - on the marketing basics will obstruct people with a marketing background from getting much value from it.I also found the structure of the book took greatly f [...]


    3. If you are designing web sites for either business or pleasure - you need to read this book. It highlights what you need to be aware of in your target audience. Where do their eyes move on the page, how do you keep them from clicking off your site (no, it's not only speed) how do you design the online experience to hold your visitors and keep them coming back? This book is really good! I have read waaaay too many of these articles in tech journals. There is no 'sponsor', no products bein [...]


    4. If you are going to be designing mega-websites, like , (The author uses as an example), or if you are in a mega-corporation with a dedicated team assigned the task of setting up a web site, this book is for you. If you like the esoteric debates on the merits of internet/web design along the lines of Jacob Nielson, or Patrick Lynch, then this book is for you, (although this author does not come across as iconoclastic in her views as the previous authors). Are these the only audiences for thi [...]


    5. I bought this book not too long ago and it has really helped my business web site. The tips it gave me were well thought-out and were incredibly helpful. All the info in this book incresed the quality of our web site and our customer interaction so much that we are getting more customers than we ever have. If you have a website involving customers, then I recommend you get this book as soon as possible as it is the most worthwhile book I have ever had the pleasure of reading. Great stuff!


    6. Like Nielsen on usability and Siegel on project management, this one will become THE classic work on web development for "customer effectiveness." Thoughtful, thorough, carefully written, extremely useful for its consistent customer focus. Valuable insights on almost every page. I'm making this one required reading. This is THE book for the "post crash" web company.


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