Our blog post for World Usability Day 2018, featuring 6 examples of bad design on different websites and how to improve them.
Ontology is a big part of developing an information architecture. Read on to see some examples (including one lesson we learned at Optimal Workshop!), and find...
We're taking another look at libraries and information architecture. In this second part of the series, it's the Library of Congress Classification system's...
We take a look at one of the most popular library classification systems: the Dewey Decimal System! See what we found in our card sort, and have a play around...
We put the IKEA US website to the test (tree test, that is!) using Treejack. Read on to see how we did it and the findings we came up with in the end.
In part 2 of this series, Ashlea discusses 5 more information architecture traps that we can all easily fall into and how to avoid them.
Nobody really likes filling in tax forms, especially when they're as confusing as this one from the IRS! Check out this first-click test we ran on a form.
Whether you're a beginner UXer or a bit more experienced, it can be super easy to fall into any of these 10 information architecture traps.
So you've created a study and you're about to hit that launch button. Before you do, check out some of these best practices for launching remote user studies!
Thinking of creating a tree test for your information architecture? Make sure you read these best practices before you get started!