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Fixing Bad UX Designs by Lisandra Maioli

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The card sorting process

The goal of working with information architecture is to propose a better way to organize the information and functionalities of the project that we are working on. It is crucial that user understanding is efficient when we organize the information and that it is consistent with the content and accomplishment of the task in the final product. The card sorting process consists of three steps:

  1. Before beginning the card sorting session, it is important to conduct an inventory of project features and content. Each of these features are made up of one card. These cards can be represented by means of physical material (for example, post-its) or by digital means. There are online tools that help in this process, such as ...

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