Is your Website Intuitive and Organized for Users?

We all want our websites to be "intuitive" and organized in a way that seems natural to our users. But how do you make sure you know how your users expect the content to be organized? A great technique for finding out how your users think is card sorting. You can use this technique to gather valuable insights into what categories people expect to see and why, what terminology to use in your headings and links, and much more.

Want to learn more? Sign up for Lisa Battle’s Web Manager University - Hands-On Card Sorting Course

This seminar will be a very practical, hands-on introduction to card sorting. We'll use a case study and in-class exercises so that you'll have examples to use immediately after the class.

Date: Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Place: In-person seminar
Fee: $50 for federal, state, or local U.S. government employees; $75 for non–government participants
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