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Card sorting - UX in Lux Workshop

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The slides for the UX in Lux workshop on card sorting with Laurence Vagner

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Card sorting - UX in Lux Workshop

  1. 1. Card sorting workshop UX in LUX 15/03/2018
  2. 2. Welcome to the first workshop! We are UX designers and we want to create UX workshops in Luxembourg !
  3. 3. Share your knowledge with the community! Contact us if you want to present a workshop or share a UX method!
  4. 4. Thanks :) Atos Luxembourg is providing the venue, the drinks and the snacks! Reach Urszula Siegel if you have any questions :)
  5. 5. What’s the plan? ➔ Card sorting 101 ➔ Try it! ➔ Networking & drinks Schedule
  6. 6. Card sorting 101 01
  7. 7. Card sorting is a UX method that involves asking users to organize data into logical groups.
  8. 8. What for? Label categories and navigation Build the structure for your website Decide what to put on the homepage
  9. 9. How ? REMOTE CARD SORT Sort cards on a computer/app. Unmoderated OPEN CARD SORT Sort cards in groups that your users name CLOSED CARD SORT Sort cards in categories that are already defined
  10. 10. The process 1. Select users 2. Prepare the cards 3. Set-up the session 4. Lead the session 5. Save the card sorting 6. Analyze your data
  11. 11. Today we focus on 1. Select users 2. Prepare the cards 3. Set-up the session 4. Lead the session 5. Save the card sorting 6. Analyze your data
  12. 12. Photo credit University of Luxembourg
  13. 13. ➔ Limit cards (30 to 40) ➔ Enough space: Big table / wall ➔ Random card order ➔ Limit time (1h max) ➔ Name the groups at the end ➔ Balance speaking time ➔ 1 leader (takes notes) Best practices
  14. 14. Try it! 02
  15. 15. ➔ We need 5 to 6 groups (3 on the icons sorting, 3 on the navigation) ➔ Take a look at the cards in front of you ➔ Put together the cards that belong together for you (you can discuss the classification) ➔ Name the groups you’ve created 1. Arrange and group the cards
  16. 16. ➔ Gather together the 3 groups and compare your groups ◆ Are there similarities? ◆ Are there things that totally differ from one group to another ➔ Can you already see some statistically significant patterns? 2. Gather and discuss
  17. 17. ● Optimal Sort: online tool to build remote card sorting and help you with the analysis ● Card maker // cardsort.ignorethecode online tools to help you quickly generate your cards ● Card Sorting: a book to help you ● Card sorting - Ne perdez plus vos utilisateurs ! another book to help you in French ● Card sorting analysis spreadsheet: a template to help you with the analysis of the data collected Some tools
  18. 18. Thank you :) Contact us (@ux_lux on twitter or uxinlux@gmail.com) if you want to present a workshop or share a UX method!
  19. 19. Food, drinks and networking time. 03

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