Card sorting: Designing usable categories
Card sorting is an effective, easy-to-use method for understanding how people think about content and categories. It helps you create information that is easy to find and understand. In Card Sorting: Designing Usable Categories, Donna Spencer shows you how to plan and run a card sort, analyze the results, and apply the outcomes to your projects.
Table of contents
- Chapter 1: All About Card Sorting
- Chapter 2: All About Organizing
- Chapter 3: Defining the Need
- Chapter 4: Choose the Method
- Chapter 5: Choose the Content
- Chapter 6: Choose the People
- Chapter 7: Make the Cards
- Chapter 8: Manage the Sort
- Chapter 9: Use Exploratory Analysis
- Chapter 10: Use Statistical Analysis
- Chapter 11: Use What You’ve Learned
Here’s a sample chapter, on Open and closed card sorts.
How to get it
The book is available via Rosenfeld Media, in e-book form (the print run is finished): Card sorting: Designing usable categories.