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Card Sorting outside UX: How I use online card sorting for in-person sociological research

Card sorting has a well-established place in the humanities in disciplines like anthropology and sociology. Rick Moore, a doctoral candidate in sociology at the University of Chicago, explains how he’ll use online card sorting as part of his research into society and religion.

Picking the right tool for the job

Life as a UX professional is busy. One day you’re trawling through pages of content, then you’re doing wireframes, next you’re user testing and not to mention presenting results to clients. We built our tools to help our consultants work more effectively. We have been asked about when the best time is to use which tool. So here are our…

Card sorting Q&A discussion with Donna Spencer next Friday

Each month we host an hour long question and answer session with Donna Spencer, author of the book “Card Sorting: Defining Usable Categories“. This is an opportunity for you to bring your tricky questions to the (virtual) table and also share advice with other Optimal Workshop customers.  It’s free to join in the discussion and all you need is a…

Friends from competitors

Meeting our competitors at Websort

Our “Would you like a book with that?” promotion

Donna Spencer has written a great book on card sorting which comes out on April 28th.  We think it’s such a great book that we are giving away a copy of a book with every OptimalSort subscription. It’s simple.  Buy a 30 day or 90 day subscription to OptimalSort and get an electronic copy of the book (valued at US$22)…