Heuristic Evaluation

Heuristic Evaluation

A form of usability inspection where specialists assess how well an interface complies with recognized usability principles (heuristics). Usually two or three experts note and rank problems, providing quick, inexpensive usability feedback. Heuristic evaluation can be a good method early in a development process, as it concentrates on the basics, ensuring that an interface is fundamentally sound before more in-depth testing with real users.



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