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Hello,

 

I'm about to do a heuristic evaluation of a Web site that is part
content rich site and part Web application. Does anyone know of a set of
heuristics appropriate for the Web (preferably research based)? I am
familiar with Nielson & Gerhardt-Powals
<http://www.usability.gov/methods/test_refine/heuristic.html#TheHeuristi
cs>  heuristics but was hoping to find something specific to the Web. 

 

Any help you can offer is greatly appreciated!

 

Matthew Mandich
Research Analyst

Info-Tech Research Group
Phone: 888.670.8889 ext. 2947
E-mail: [log in to unmask] 
Web: http://www.infotech.com <http://www.infotech.com/> 

 


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