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How to become a more valuable UX professional: 3 factors to increase your worth

What does it take to show that you're a valuable UXer at your workplace? Krispian Emert shares a few tips that you can easily act on.

10 information architecture traps we all fall into: Part 2

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.

Form review: IRS US Individual Income Tax Return 2016 Form

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.

10 information architecture traps we all fall into: Part 1

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.

How to interview users

User interviews are both an art and a science. Read on to learn about best practices from our User Researcher Ania.

Ready for take-off: Best practices for creating and launching remote user research studies

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!

Best practices for creating a tree test

Thinking of creating a tree test for your information architecture? Make sure you read these best practices before you get started!

Website review: Sephora US website footer

We take a look at global beauty giant Sephora using both Treejack and OptimalSort together. Except this time, we're just testing the footer of the US website!

Website review: ASOS

This week we used Treejack and OptimalSort together to test ASOS — a giant online shopping website for clothing and accessories. Check out what we found here!

How to develop a taxonomy for your information architecture

Learn what a taxonomy is and how it relates to information architecture. Plus, read how to create one using card sorting and tree testing.