We can provide several courses on card sorting, either half-day or full. They cover not only the theories behind sorting and cluster analysis but also both the qualitative and quantitave applications of sorting and hands-on activities. The course described below is a full-day course but please get in touch if you would like to discuss other options.
This one-day, hands-on course covers both paper and online sorting methods, looking both at how to prepare successful card sorting activities and how to make sense of the results. Analysis covers a wide range of techniques from simple spreadsheets and our own free analysis software through to the latest developments in cluster and participant analysis - allowing researchers to extract meaning from all but the most confused sets of results.
This is a new course based in part on our card-sorting workshops presented at a number of CHI and BCS HCI Group conferences as well as Nielsen Norman Group Usability Week.
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Full day (9:30 pm to 5:00 pm), including breakfast and lunch (breakfast from 8:30)
You will learn how to design effective navigation, menus and information hierarchies for web sites, intranets and other interactive technologies with a focus on meeting real users' needs.
This course is suitable for anyone involved in designing or evaluating interactive solutions. While most of the examples focus on web or intranet technology, much of the course applies human-computer interaction in general.
Evaluation comments from participants – about the course (from the original half-day version):
William has presented papers, talks and tutorials at a number of international conferences including CHI, UPA and Nielsen Norman Group Usability Week.
William has worked with a wide variety of clients, from startups to established multi-nationals (click here to see our client list). He is an Adjunct Professor at Hult International Business School.