Tree testing is a usability technique that can help you determine the findability of topics on a website. It’s also known as reverse card sorting.
Tree testing is a usability technique that can help you evaluate the findability of topics on a website.
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With remote user testing, you can conduct all of your tree testing, card sorting, first-click and usability testing online.
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Let’s take a look at 5 common IA traps we’ve all fallen into, how they happen and how to avoid them.
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Here's what happened when we put ASOS’ US website to the test using the Optimal Workshop suite of tools.