Evaluate clarity of language
Assess the language of your categories and labels throughout the design process – from concept to interface. Useful to instil high confidence in the language of your experience.
- Updating/adding new terminology of your categories
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Evaluate whether users understand your labels for grouping information
Create category labels for your information, and have users sort information using these labels. Useful to confirm whether your categorization concepts align with how your users think.
Assess whether users can navigate using your categories and labels
Have users pinpoint where they expect to find information within your hierarchy of categories and labels. Useful to evaluate usability and findability within an information structure.
Confirm people click where you intend, plus understand what they click
Test important navigation cues within your design by analysing where people are most likely to click first. Useful for quickly assessing the clarity of labels, calls to action and instructions.
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