Articles by Donald L. Day

Mr. Day is a user experience analyst. He has worked in industry at leading web and PC application firms and taught usability and systems analysis in the U.S. and Australia. He’s published in print and online journals, specializing in constraint behavior and internationalization.

Card Sort Analysis Best Practices

Abstract Information architecture is the practice of effectively organizing, structuring, and labeling the content of a website or application into a structure that enables efficient navigation. Card sorting is a research method that employs users’ input to help derive an effective navigation structure. Whether a card sorting study is conducted using manual methods and tools, […] [Read More]