You've got two large content structures you'd like to A/B test. Is Treejack appropriate?
Tree testing is a usability technique that can help you evaluate the findability of topics on a website.
Here's what happened when the IRS met Treejack.
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See what happens when we put the Mayo Clinic website to the test using Treejack.
With the theme of World Usability Day 2013 being healthcare, we thought this would be a good opportunity to test the WHO website.
Tree testing before moving onto visual design and content writing can save us from unnecessary meetings and expensive rework.
Is there are a better pairing of UX methods than card sorting and tree testing?