How to Conduct a Heuristic Evaluation

  title={How to Conduct a Heuristic Evaluation},
  • Published 2001
Participants in a course on usability inspection methods were surveyed 7-8 months after the course to find out what methods they were in fact using, and why they used or did not use the methods they had been taught. The major factor in method usage was the quality of the usability information gained from the method, with a very strong correlation between the rated benefit of using a method and the number of times the method had been used. Even though the respondents came from companies with… CONTINUE READING
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