Rocket Surgery Made Easy: The Do-It-Yourself Guide toFinding and Fixing Usability Problems.
By Steve Krug
Written by the author of “Don’t Make Me Think”,this book is a simple overview of methods andreasons for running usability tests. Steve Krugdescribes a process of “a morning a month, that’s allwe ask.” With this, he advocates running regular testson a recurring basis.
Handbook of usability testing : how to plan, design, andconduct effective tests
Jeff Rubin, Dana Chisnell
Written by Jeffrey Rubin and Dana Chisnell, both of whom have above 30 years experience in usabilityresearch. This fully revised handbook, a leadingresource since 1994, provides clear, step-by-stepguidelines to help you test your product for usability.Completely updated with current industry bestpractices and more varied examples, it can give youthat all-important marketplace advantage: productsthat perform the way users expect.
Moderating Usability Tests
By Dumas and Loring (2008).
A Practical Guide to Usability Testing
By Dumas and Redish (1999).Two related books with useful information on runningusability tests, including tips on how to plan a successfultest, how to interact with participants and how tointegrate testing with further actions.