Conducting a web site evaluation

In Kathy Gill's TFM, some suggestions for conducting a web site evaluation using heuristics.

Heuristic evaluation is one way to quickly and inexpensively evaluate a user interface. The process requires that a small set of testers (or "evaluators") examine the interface and judge its compliance with recognized usability principles (the "heuristics"). The purpose is to identify any usability issues so that they can be addressed as part of an iterative design process.