The Usability Kit
So, what are people saying about The Usability Kit?
I really like it. It's a great idea, and it appears to be very well executed. I downloaded the sample from SitePoint, the kit distributor, and the sample chapters read great. Dan Szuc and Gerry Gaffney cover all the right topics. I'm really glad they covered the critical information architecture concepts of faceted classification, tagging, and folksonomies.
The Usability Kit: Frak Yes [external link] | By Paul Sherman
Joe Dolson: Accessible Web Design
Judging from the sample download, I’d agree that it’s well-written and worthwhile.
Sitepoint’s Usability Kit [external link] | By Joe Dolson
The best part of it — my personal opinion — is probably the early bird free web design fridge magnets. They will fit perfectly in the way we do rapid prototyping with Ruby on Rails at work.
Usability Toolkit Now Available [external link] | By Jesper Rønn-Jensen
...an interesting product for small teams out there who want to try to implement some form of usability work on their projects.
Usability Toolbox [external link] | By Lisa Chan
M.Y. Lessons Learnt
...you need a blueprint or design pattern with some concrete, step-by-step instructions; and some tools (like the superb magnetic web widgets) to help you to illustrate / walk-thru your brilliant ideas to your clients.
The Usability Kit [external link] | By Michael Yung
Impressive! Highly recommended…
The Usability Kit [external link] | By John S. Rhodes