One of the best tools I've found for card sort experiments seems to be websort, mainly because you can just send out a link for participants to go through the exercise at their own convenience. ...
See: http://www.customercarewords.com/what-it-is.html Summary: You construct a list of around a 100 words/tasks and ask users to identify top five (or similar). You then analyses the results and ...
The web application I'm working on has a few pages where a list of questions and their answers will be displayed. All pages have the questions grouped into overall headings (which the users will be ...
My wife and I run a creatives business as my part time and her full time job. We do photography, illustration, print design, Flash development, and sometimes web development. We have a simple little ...
I agree that every page in a site should have a unique TITLE, and that every page should have one and only one H1 element, but should the text of each H1 be completely unique too? Instinctively one ...
What is your advice for designing for 'the fold'? Is this still a concern? Is the concern that people won't scroll? Can't you use visual cues to help users understand that there's more content below ...
What core competencies differentiate a User Experience Designer from an Information Architect?
Recently, an internal debate was started at work regarding the use of color in wireframes. A junior designer had finished a nice set of wireframes and was told at the end to turn everything into ...
I have a scenario that I'm trying to work through and would appreciate your thoughts... Imagine you have a corporate intranet with about 50k pages and a really outdated information architecture. You ...