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Selling Usability

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"Here's Why All Serious Usability Professionals Are Reading This Book Now" You no longer need to justify usability. Buy this book and learn how these underground tools allow you to easily sneak usability into any organization. These methods always work. * Discover how to help your organization easily increase profits with UX. * Learn how to avoid the selling mistakes that ...more
Paperback, 246 pages
Published February 6th 2009 by Createspace
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Patty
Jul 31, 2009 rated it really liked it
I thought this book had a lot of really good ideas that I could implement...if I had 10 more hours a week that I wanted to donate to work. I'm not sure if I'm ready to make that commitment yet since I have 2 young kids at home, but I am going to try to implement what I can. What do I have to lose?

Main tips were:
-Volunteer to help out where you can in the company so that you can evangelize usability.
-Be known as an information-sharer. Become known as your company's resident usability "expert".
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John Rhodes grew up in England and graduated from Cambridge University. His business career as a consultant, bank executive, and entrepreneur took him to six continents.

He now splits his time between New Vernon, NJ, and Wilmington, NC, and between writing and golf, and is attempting to succeed at both.
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