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01 - Card Sorting

Ux in Lux
March 15, 2018

01 - Card Sorting

Slides from our card sorting workshop

Ux in Lux

March 15, 2018
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  1. Card sorting
    workshop
    UX in LUX 15/03/2018

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  2. Welcome to the first
    workshop!
    We are UX designers and we want to create
    UX workshops in Luxembourg !

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  3. Share your knowledge
    with the community!
    Contact us if you want to present a
    workshop or share a UX method!

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  4. Thanks :)
    Atos Luxembourg is providing the venue,
    the drinks and the snacks!
    Reach Urszula Siegel
    if you have any questions :)

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  5. What’s the plan?
    ➔ Card sorting 101
    ➔ Try it!
    ➔ Networking & drinks
    Schedule

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  6. Card sorting 101
    01

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  7. Card sorting
    is a UX method that
    involves asking users
    to organize data into
    logical groups.

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  8. What for?
    Label categories
    and navigation
    Build the
    structure for your
    website
    Decide what to
    put on the
    homepage

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  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

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  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

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  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

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  12. Photo credit University of Luxembourg

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  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

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  14. ➔ 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

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  15. ➔ 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

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  16. ● 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

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  17. Thank you :)
    Contact us (@ux_lux on twitter or
    [email protected]) if you want to present a
    workshop or share a UX method!

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  18. Food, drinks and
    networking time.
    03

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