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FLUPA Card Sorting Seminar

November 14, 2011

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We are proud to sponsor the France-Luxembourg chapter of the Usability Professionals’ Association during their upcoming card sorting seminar in Paris on Thursday, December 8th.  This breakfast gathering will teach you how to use card sorting to optimize the information architecture of your site or software, whilst also providing the most important meal of the [...]

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WebSort and Google Analytics

August 18, 2011

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In our second posting of this series, we applaud the creativity of WebSort clients in finding clever ways to use the same tool to do many different tasks.  Awhile back, we got an email from a user telling us about how he used WebSort to make sense of data available through their Google Analytics tracking. [...]

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Divide-the-Dollar with WebSort

July 20, 2011

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WebSort was designed to be a great app for conducting online card sorting studies with remote users for usability testing.  However, we have lots of creative clients out there who have put some of our great features (like using images as items) to new purposes.  It’s always very exciting for us when that happens, because [...]

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Category Summaries Summary

May 27, 2011

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WebSort has a great table in the Study Manager called the ‘Category Summaries’ table. It is based on a spreadsheet done by Donna Spencer, and presents the data in a really useful way. But it is only useful if you know that the columns mean! So here is a rundown of the information you’ll find [...]

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Why Settle for Just One Study?

April 16, 2011

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We get a lot of questions about how to let a participant do more than one card sorting study at a time.  I mean, once you’ve got a willing user, you might as well get all of the information from them that you can, right? So at WebSort, we’ve built in the capabilities that will [...]

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UX Approach Justified

April 14, 2011

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Sometimes an approach that seems to be common sense can still use a friendly boost from some concrete scientific data.  Anecdotes can only take you so far, you know. So our friends over at FACIT Digital put together a great study comparing the effectiveness, efficiency, and user satisfaction of a user-generated site structure versus a reference [...]

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Types of Card Sorts

January 26, 2010

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So you’ve decided that you need some user feedback on how to organize your information, and you think that a card sort sounds like the way to go. Now what? There are different ways to set up a card sort that will affect the kinds of results that you get. How to set it up depends [...]

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