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Great usability book,
This review is from: Prioritizing Web Usability (Paperback)
As my second most favorite usability book, this book points out the hundreds of ways a site can go wrong, and the many points to consider when designing sites. Let's be honest - it's pretty impossible to satisfy all their guidelines and STILL meet a deadline - but at least you can pick the ones that matter most to your company, and be aware of the once you missed. Another must read for web designers.
Though not as straight to the point as Steve Krugg's "Don't make me think!" - it definitely is more detailed, with supporting data (things that will help when convincing upper management).