Usability analysis of

A recent article pointed me to an interesting evaluation of Jacob Nielsen's site scored well on compliance with basic standards, legibility and issues pertaining to users with disabilities. However, the site scored very poorly on organization and architecture. Information was difficult to identify and find, navigational support was flawed and minimal, and pages tended to be overly long, dense and lacking in internal hypertext navigation. rated only a "C" grade (75%) in an evaluation of 40 usability points identified by Nielsen himself.