Your participants in OptimalSort can leave comments, which allows you to get the most out of your remote card sorting studies.
Despite a fair amount of criticism, paper prototypes have become a popular tool used among researchers. Here, we explore this tool in more detail.
Our new Product Manager Andy has taken on the task of prioritizing product improvements using our very own OptimalSort.
Tree testing or card sorting first? It’s a question that many researchers often ask themselves, but I’m here to help clear the air!
There are many different techniques to evaluate information architecture, and some of them overlap regarding the insights they provide.
You can now gather data on card order in OptimalSort, allowing you to use OptimalSort for prioritization activities.
We've welcomed ConceptCodify users onto our OptimalSort platform, which is now the new home for their surveys.
Card sorting is well-established in disciplines like anthropology and sociology. Rick Moore shows how online card sorting contributes to his research.
Behind the scenes of UX work on Trade Me's CRM system.
How we used card sorting to design a Style Guide for web developers and UX designers