‘information architecture’ Category

Auditing the IRS With Treejack

Every year, the date April 15th strikes dread into the hearts of red-blooded Americans everywhere. Yes, folks, it’s the only other certain thing in life, besides death; it’s Tax Day. To shine a bit of light on an otherwise depressing… Read More »

Comparing Open and Hybrid Card Sorts with Tripadvisor.com

Millions of young people across the US and Canada are gearing up for the fun-filled week called Spring Break. Traditionally coeds flock to sun-drenched beach and tropical destinations, like Daytona Beach or Panama City, but others might be looking for… Read More »

Supporting the ‘Tame Taxonomy’ workshop

Our good friends Alberta Soranzo and Jessica DuVerneay are running a Taxonomy workshop for the Information Architecture Summit in sunny San Diego (26-30th March 2014). So let’s hear from the organizers themselves on what’s involved in the workshop. They also… Read More »

Hold the Mayo: Tree-testing the Mayo Clinic website

For World Usability Day 2013’s theme of healthcare, we continue our look at the findability of  prominent healthcare websites. This time we look at the world-famous Mayo Clinic: Just as we did for the World Health Organization (WHO), we ran… Read More »

Find WHO? Tree-testing the World Health Organization

The theme of World Usability Day 2013 is healthcare, so we thought it would be useful (and fun) to test the findability of a few prominent healthcare websites.   In this article, we’ll look at the results of a tree… Read More »