Good information architecture is key to creating engaging, easy-to-use and intuitive websites. We invite you to take this useful online course, brought to you by U1 Group (a UX consultancy firm), comprised of easy-to-follow lectures that will walk you through the card sorting process.
What is card sorting?
Card sorting is a professional exercise undertaken with participants that determines the best navigational structure (formally called ‘information architecture’) for your site. Card sorting can be carried out face-to-face, or online using a software program called OptimalSort. In this course, you will learn how to master both methods.
How to get 50% off the online course
Loop11 fans get a 50% discount on this course by using the code “Loop11” (the code is automatically applied when you follow any of the links in this email).
Why you should check it out:
- Lifetime access to 14 lectures
- Join a community of 150+ students
- 30 day money back guarantee
- Mobile accessibility
- Certificate of completion
Carrying out card sorting prior to web design and development enables you to:
- See how users map out relationships between your content
- Figure out where users think content should (or shouldn’t) sit
- Observe what navigation paths don’t make sense to users and why
- Learn the language visitors use to categorize information
Check out the free preview to see how this course will provide you valuable insights about creating & testing intuitive website structures.
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