This interactive talk focuses on the UX tool of heuristic evaluation (or expert review) and best practices for designing and reporting the results of this review. Audience members will be prompted to share their experiences in conducting reviews and reporting them. A straw poll will indicate how many follow a standard set of heuristics and how many do something else. Discussion of the whys and why nots will set the stage for focusing on how to report the results. A brief walk through the evolution of reporting from the checklist to the narrative will be reviewed with examples from reports to prompt audience stories of their process and its effectiveness. New UX practitioners and students, as well as seasoned veterans, will have the chance to defend their approach or perhaps be persuaded to change.