Card sorting is a research method that can help you understand how people sort and categorize information, making it a useful technique when designing websites.
Card sorting is a research technique that can show you how people understand and categorize information.
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Learn how Wynyard Group used card sorting to design a style guide for web developers and UX designers.
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Learn how Bloomboard ran 2 remote studies for a project to improve online resources for teachers.
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Have you ever suggested doing an online card sort and been told no because 'the conversation in the room is more important?'.
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