Articles by Jean E. Fox
Dr. Fox has been a usability specialist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics for 15 years. At BLS, she conducts usability activities, including card sorts, on a variety of development projects. She works on both the design and the evaluation of BLS products for data collection, analysis, and dissemination.
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]