Just a brief reminder that the second of our free card-sorting webinars is coming up this Thursday. So if you’re trying to improve the navigation of your web or intranet solutions (or just find out where the rough spots are) do tune in.
User-Centred Information Architecture with Card Sorting Webinar
Users rely on the words and concepts we use in menus to understand what our product or service is about and how to achieve their goals - checking on their latest auction bid or getting a handle on their cash flow, for example. While it is certainly possible to invent information architectures without reference to users, card sorting is a powerful and easy-to-use
How do you ensure that your
website’s structure is easy to navigate and matches your users’ mental model?
Join us for this webinar to learn how to conduct remote card
sorting and tree testing, two usability techiques that will help you
improve the information architecture of your website.
I am working on the redesign of the Preferences dialog for an application specifically intended for blind users. The current UI has grown over the years and right now contains about 50-70 different options.
We're working on the next release of our card sorting analysis software, SynCaps V3 and need a few sites to try out the new 'nested groups' feature on face-to-face, paper-based projects. This allows the kind of hierarchical sorting that many want to do but that few tools support, for example:
We are looking for an online card sorting tool and have recently had the opportunity to try UserZoom at my company. We found that UserZoom had many drawbacks that, given the cost, makes it less than ideal for our purposes.