Guerrilla usability

Mary Deaton talks about doing guerrilla usability in Builder's WebShui. You have design ideas for your Web site: you've researched your competitors' strategies, and you've read books and Web style guides to learn about the conventions for usable Web sites. But you're still not sure if your visitors will find the site easy to use. What now? You could get a college degree in human factors engineering, or you could hire a human factors engineer. Great ideas, except you don't have four years to spare, and your boss won't pay for a consultant. That leaves two options: doing nothing, or doing it yourself. Doing nothing will not solve your problem. But you can learn to do your own usability testing. thanks Elegant Hack