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Heuristic evaluation (Nielsen and Molich) is a usability method for finding flaws in a user interface design. This involves having a set of checklist of criteria and judging the design based on the usability principles: the "heuristics", and using the checklist to see what principles were violated by the design in the opinion of the evaluator.

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