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Consejos y ejemplos para preparar un Card Sorting Arquitectura de información La técnica card sorting -ordenación de tarjetas en inglés- facilita la organización de contenidos para una plataforma digital. Si bien es una herramienta validada en diseño web, generalmente es desconocida para clientes. s ClickHeat - clicks' heatmap ClickHeat is a visual heatmap of clicks on a HTML page, showing hot and cold click zones. ClickHeat is an OpenSource software, released under GPL licence, and free of charge. Requirements - on the browser's client: Javascript (tested on Firefox 2.0, Internet Explorer 6 and 7, Konqueror...) - on the server: either Linux or Windows (since ClickHeat 1.3 release), Apache or Lighttpd (other may work fine), PHP, the graphic library GD2 (PNG support needed). Please post on the bug tracker or contact us (link at the bottom of the page) if you have problem running ClickHeat. Features

Web Usability Testing Faster & Easier with Keynote WebEffective WebEffective® tells you not only what users are doing at your Web site, but also why they interacted with your site the way they did. It is the only research tool for Web site usability testing that allows you to capture your customer’s complete online experience, including client-side interactions with dynamic Web sites. WebEffective is driven by Keynote’s extensive infrastructure which includes one of the most representative panels of over 160,000 real online users from a cross-section of demographics, languages, and broadband and dial-up connections. With WebEffective you also have the flexibility to use other user panels of your choosing or to intercept visitors to your site.

Blog Archive » Card Sort Posted: October 15th, 2010 | Added by: Dave Gray | Filed under: Core Games, Games for design, Games for problem-solving, Gamestorming wiki | 2 comments » Object of Play Card sorting is a practice used frequently by information architects and designers to gather and structure inputs for a variety of purposes. In a common use of card sorting, information for a website is put onto the cards, and the sorting helps create categories for navigation and the overall architecture. The method works just as well for creating slides for presentations, or at any point where information needs to be sorted and organized in a sensible way. The applications of card sorting are numerous, and in use it works similarly to Post-Up and affinity mapping. Card sorting can differ from these methods, however.

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OpenHallway Angner Management The effect map is an extremely effective method to identify what an interactive solution should contain. It tells you which features are adding value to the business and which should be avoided. The effect map is the main tool in effect management method underlying all the design work I do. The Effect map is used as a foundation for identifying requirements. Using Mind Maps for UX Design: Part 2 – Research Maps In part 1 of the “Using Mind Maps for UX Design” series, I discussed how to use mind maps to create “sketch maps” that organize ideas in a tree-based structure where sketches are used as the way to illustrate those concepts. Mind maps have many other applications for UX designers. This article will focus on how to use mind maps for user research. What are research maps? Research maps are mind maps that can help you manage all aspects of user research, from planning, to conducting studies, through analysis and recommendations. Using mind maps to arrange elements of user research allows you to visually structure information in a way that helps you to make connections between research elements.

Using Mind Maps for UX Design: Part 1 – Sketch Mapping Mind maps are diagrams that visually illustrate how words, phrases, ideas, or concepts relate to a central key word or phrase. They are a visual thinking tool that helps to structure information and identify connections between items. To create a mind map, you simply start with a central idea, and branch out from that idea with each branch representing a topic related to that idea. Sub topics can be made in an infinite number of levels building off of each branch. It’s typically best to use colors and imagery in a mind map to help link together ideas in a way that’s easy to understand and remember. Mind maps are powerful tools for User Experience professionals. SEO: The Free Beginner’s Guide From Moz New to SEO? Need to polish up your knowledge? The Beginner's Guide to SEO has been read over 3 million times and provides comprehensive information you need to get on the road to professional quality Search Engine Optimization, or SEO. What is Search Engine Optimization (SEO)?

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