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Defensive Design for the Web: How to Improve Error Messages, Help, Forms, and Other Crisis Points: How to Improve Error Messages, Help, Forms, and Other Online Crisis Points (Voices That Matter) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 11. März 2004


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  • Taschenbuch: 246 Seiten
  • Verlag: New Riders Publ (11. März 2004)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 073571410X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0735714106
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,9 x 1,4 x 23 cm
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Let's admit it: Things will go wrong online. No matter how carefully you design a site, no matter how much testing you do, customers still encounter problems. So how do you handle these inevitable breakdowns? With defensive design. In this book, the experts at 37signals (whose clients include Microsoft, Qwest, Monster.com, and Clear Channel) will show you how. Defensive design is like defensive driving brought to the Web. The same way drivers must always be on the lookout for slick roads, reckless drivers, and other dangerous scenarios, site builders must constantly search for trouble spots that cause visitors confusion and frustration. Good site defense can make or break the customer experience. In these pages, you'll see hundreds of real-world examples from companies like Amazon, Google, and Yahoo that show the right (and wrong) ways to get defensive. You'll learn 40 guidelines to prevent errors and rescue customers if a breakdown occurs. You'll also explore how to evaluate your own site's defensive design and improve it over the long term.This book is a must read for designers, programmers, copywriters, and any other site decision-makers who want to increase usability and customer satisfaction.

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Chicago-based 37signals (www.37signals.com) is a team of web design and usability specialists dedicated to simple, and usable, customer-focused design. 37signals popularized the concept of contingency/defensive design in various articles and white papers and via the web site DesignNotFound.com. The team also has conducted workshops and presentations on the topic for a variety of conferences and companies. 37signals clients include Microsoft, Qwest, Monster.com, Clear Channel, Panera Bread, Meetup, Performance Bike, and Transportation.com. Work has been featured in the New York Times, Sports Illustrated, Washington Post, on CNN, and in numerous other publications. Team members have appeared as featured speakers at AIGA Risk/Reward, Activ8, South By Southwest, HOW Design Conference, ForUse, and other conferences. Additional information can be found at www.37signals.com. This book is authored by Matthew Linderman with Jason Fried. Other members of the 37signals team include Ryan Singer and Scott Upton.

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4 von 5 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Wilfried Baum am 6. Februar 2006
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...bei der Erstellung von Webseiten darauf zu achten, was passiert, wenn Fehler auftreten. Denn mit diesem Thema befasst sich das vorliegende Buch schwerpunktmäßig und gibt wertvolle Tipps zur Gestaltung von Fehlermeldungen, Hilfeeinblendungen, benutzerfreundlichen Formularen, etc.. Ein an sich trockener Stoff, der hier durchweg mit negativen, wie positiven realen Beispielen aus dem Web illustriert wird. Vermutlich gibt es kaum einen Internetnutzer der sich mit den hier geschilderten Problemen nicht bereits irgendwann herumgeschlagen hätte. Und so dient dieses Buch weniger dem Zweck, grundlegend Neues zu lernen, als vielmehr dazu, den gebotenen Stoff als eine Art Checkliste zu verwenden, um eigene Site-Entwürfe bzgl. der obengenannten Aspekte auf den Prüfstand zu stellen und grundsätzliche Gestaltungsfehler von vorne herein zu vermeiden.
Aufgrund der eher technisch als visuell orientierten Thematik des Buches wurde offenbar auf eine optisch ansprechende Gestaltung verzichtet, was sicher eine Geschmacksfrage ist. Einem Screendesigner werden Layout und Druckqualität vielleicht wenig Anlass zur Freude geben, während ein Programmierer an dieser Umgebung nichts Ungewohntes finden wird.
Fazit: Ein hässliches, aber dennoch wichtiges Buch!
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Das Buch befasst sich mit der verständlichen Gestaltung und Behandlung von Liefersituationen im Online-Handel. Es werden dabei gute und schlechte Beispiele gezeigt und erklärt. Viele Vorschläge hätte ich intuitiv schon umgesetzt und fast alle waren für mich nicht neu. Das mag vielleicht auch daran liegen, dass das Buch mittlerweile 10 Jahre alt ist und zumindest große und mittlere Online-Händler viele im Buch vorgestellte Probleme nicht mehr haben. Dennoch denke ich, dass das Buch im Jahr 2014 auch noch seine Relevanz hat und gerade Einsteiger oder „Fachfremde“ aus dem Buch etwas mitnehmen können.

Ich hatte mir aber eigentlich Informationen und „Formulierungshilfen“ für verständliche Fehlermeldungen erhofft. Darauf wird aber im Buch nicht weiter eingegangen. Nur wenige Vorschläge des Buchs sind auf Desktop Anwendungen übertragbar, z.B. die Formulargestaltung.
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Surprises in perception 1. Juni 2004
Von Rachel Tozier - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
While reading this book many experienced web designers will dismiss it as a collection of obvious techniques. Don't be fooled by that perception. I gave this book to my team with a mandate that it serve as a framework for usability for all corporate intranet projects. I was immediately deluged with protests from a few team members claiming "we already do this".
Skeptical, I sat with those who made the claims, and we compared our techniques against those this excellent book proposes using live web pages on our intranet. Surprise. We did not measure up, and were certainly not "already doing this".
Phase two, I had one member of my team reengineer one of the smaller internal web sites on our intranet using the techniques given in this book. Business users gave the results high marks, and my team began accepting the book as the official usability guide.
Result: this book has made a measurable difference in the quality of internal web sites we are designing and deploying for various lines of business within our corporation. It is now embraced by my team, and is used as a standard of good practice in web usability. The advice provided in the book has also resulted in less support calls to our team, freeing them to work on design and deployment instead of answering end user questions.
Moral: do not let the surface simplicity of this book fool you. While its contents and advice may seem obvious, chances are that your team is not following those obvious design rules.
53 von 56 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Don't design (or update) your web site without this book 11. März 2004
Von Mike Tarrani - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is one of the best books on web site design I've read - and I've read quite a few. New and experienced web masters will find a plethora of tips and techniques covering every facet from how to display error messages that are both meaningful and don't get lost on the page, to ensuring that search engines on your site actually return relevant information to search queries.
The topics covered are covered intelligently and in detail, and address the most common weaknesses found on too many web sites. Moreover, every topic is reinforced with examples from actual and well-known web sites. Specific areas of web site design include:
- Show the Problem (crafting visible and informative error messages)
- Language Matters (excellent tips on writing content that is descriptive, short and gets attention)
- Bulletproof Forms (take the confusion out of filling in forms and validate data)
- Missing in Action (go beyond 404 messages, and how to enhance the visitor experience even if they are using older browsers or are missing needed plug-ins)
- Lend a Helping Hand (creating help that is ... well, helpful)
- Get Out of the Way (how to find and eliminate stuff that slows down page loading, detracts from the main content, or alienate visitors)
- Search and Rescue (tips for making your site search engine give visitors relevant information instead of dumping everything under the sun in response to a query)
- Out of Stocks and Unavailable Items (best practices in stock management if you are selling items on the site)
- Contingency Design (a strategy for continuous improvement)
What I most like about this book is the fact that it isn't based on some rigid design philosophy, but instead, is a compendium of design issues commonly found on major sites - and how to make sure your site doesn't have them. Most of the items covered are the very ones that are likely to irritate you when you encounter them on someone else's site. The elegant solutions given in this book can serve as a checklist of what to consider when you're designing or improving your own site. If I had to recommend only one book on site design to new web masters this would be it.
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A must if you are starting out 7. Juni 2004
Von "wcilmmug" - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have read a few books on this topic and found this book to be good for those that are begining to do professional development and it also serves as a good review for those that have been developing for a while.
The book is simple in its layout and each section is easy to read by itself or you could read it from cover to cover if you wanted to. I found myself skipping around some and just skimming some areas of the book.
Its not a must have, but it is a good to have.
29 von 30 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Great book for solving problems related to online apps. 11. Mai 2004
Von Jeremy A Flint - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have just finished reading Defensive Design for the Web, written by the fine folks at 37signals. The book is divided into 10 chapters, the first 9 broken down into 40 "guidelines". The guidelines cover all areas of defensive design, or "contingency design", as mentioned throughout the book. These guidelines are used to drive home the overall purpose of the chapter.
The writers keep the technical talk to a minimum, and really focus on what contingency design is, how it helps users, and how it is implemented in various sites around the web, if it is implemented at all. It also gives pointers on how to avoid these pitfalls in your own development. Also, it gives alternative examples to prove a point, relating it to something physical rather than electronic.
One example is comparing the annoying flash ads that appear on top of sites, disabling the functionality of certain elements, to trying to leave a travel agent office, and instead, the agent has blocked the door and keeps handing you brochures.
The sites chosen by the author as examples are very popular sites that a majority of readers have at least heard of if not visited. They range in variance from search engines, to e-commerce sites, to general sites with little application implementation. Many sites are mentioned in multiple chapters, sometimes having great contingency design for what the chapter is about, sometimes not. It is interesting to see that some sites succeed in certain areas while at the same time failing in others.
The "Head to Head" features are also great. This takes to sites that would be seen as competitors (Barnes and Noble vs. Amazon, K-mart vs. Wal-Mart, Foot Locker vs. Finish Line, etc.) and shows how they each handle the same contingency design element in different ways.
After reviewing the areas of contingency design, there is a "Contingency Design Test" that you can use not only to test your site yourself, but also give to others to test your site. The test gives certain tasks and uses a point system to score how well a site did with certain guidelines.
The book closes with a chapter on developing a plan for testing, correcting, and implementing contingency design in your site. It gives examples of ways to catalog various design guidelines such as using a knowledgebase for staff members to reference when a problem occurs, testing a site thoroughly at all points of development, and other techniques.
Anyone involved in building or managing websites with any degree of web application integration would do well to read this book. Many items seem like common sense, but you would be surprised at how easy it is to overlook them in the development process. In the end, your users will thank you for it.
18 von 18 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Grade-A Advice in a Grade-C Package 1. September 2005
Von Amazon Customer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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As the makers of the highly-regarded Basecamp, Backpack and Ta-da List, the crew at 37Signals certainly have the credibility to write a book on web usability design. While you won't find any earth-shattering new concepts here, you'll get a lot of common-sense guidelines that a surprising number of sites don't follow.

It's too bad that this book (on design, of all things) had to be presented in such a cheap-looking book. The heavy black sections of the chapter headings are washed out, and the text inside the graphics (e.g., dialog boxes, pull-down menus) is hard to read. The book text itself is easy enough to read. In all, the whole thing was obviously produced on a printer that uses some sort of toner (and not enough of it!), rather than good old traditional offset printing.

In all, the book is still worth reading, and I'd still recommend it. It's just a little disappointing that one of my favorite reasons for buying dead-tree versions of books--the look and feel of the book itself--is a little lacking with this one.
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