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UX - Card Sorting

By Fabricio Teixeira for UXdesign

Introduction

What A technique of sorting a series of cards with content and functionalities of your product into open or close categories Why An input for the content hierarchy, organization and flow for a product

Fabricio Teixeira — Experience Design Director @ R/GA NY

1 Card Sorting Defined - UX Motel

Card sorting can be described as a technique that is used to help structure, improve or define the menu and taxonomy of a website or product. This is mostly used by information architects and other professionals who are related to this. This can be conducted, remotely, online or using large sample of participants that will help you achieve statistical significance.

2 Card Sorting | Usability Body of Knowledge

The card sorting method is used to generate information about the associations and grouping of specific data items. Participants in a card sort are asked to organize individual, unsorted items into groups and may, depending on the technique, also provide labels for these groups.

4 Card sorting: a definitive guide

"Card sorting is a great, reliable, inexpensive method for finding patterns in how users would expect to find content or functionality." IntroductionCard sorting is a technique that many information architects (and related professionals.) use as an input to the structure of a site or product. With so many of us using the technique, why would we need to write an

5 Card Sorting

Card sorting is a method used to help design or evaluate the information architecture of a site. In a card sorting session, participants organize topics into categories that make sense to them and they may also help you label these groups. To conduct a card sort, you can use actual cards, pieces of paper, or one of several online card-sorting

6 Open Card Sort Analysis 101

One of the biggest problems facing information architects (IAs) today is crafting the perfect content hierarchy, one that quickly gets users to the information they're looking for. To do this, information architects need to first query their users. How do the people browsing and/or searching this site think about its content? In search of an answer, IAs often employ card

8 Card sorting: a definitive guide

"Card sorting is a great, reliable, inexpensive method for finding patterns in how users would expect to find content or functionality." IntroductionCard sorting is a technique that many information architects (and related professionals.) use as an input to the structure of a site or product. With so many of us using the technique, why would we need to write an

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