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Testing That You've Got It Right

The final stage of development Foundations of UX: Information Architecture is Testing That You’ve Got It Right. This section covers There’s no substitute for usability testing, Watch your server logs after you go live and The right information architecture is crucial to your site.

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From Information Architecture to Navigation Structure

The next stage of development in Foundations of UX: Information Architecture is From Information Architecture to Navigation Structure. This section covers Getting to navigation, Standard page elements, Content-based navigation and Going from information architecture to site layout.

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Computer-Based Reverse Sorting

The next stage of development in Foundations of UX: Information Architecture is Computer-Based Reverse Sorting. This section covers Exploring computer-based reverse sorting, Using Treejack for reverse sorting, Running an online reverse sort with Treejack, Reviewing what the participants see and Analyzing a Treejack reverse sort.

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Validating the Information Architecture with Reverse Sorting

The next stage of development in Foundations of UX: Information Architecture is Making sure your hierarchical structure is correct, Creating and running a paper-based reverse sort, Analyzing a paper-based reverse sort and interpreting the results.

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Creating an Information Architecture from Your Analysis

The next stage of development in Foundations of UX: Information Architecture is Creating an Information Architecture from Your Analysis. This section covers Starting with an abstract structure, Creating abstract information architecture, Knowing the problems you might face and Understanding that card sorting isn’t a precise technique.

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Running and Analyzing a Computer-Based Card Sort

The next stage of development in Foundations of UX: Information Architecture is Running and Analyzing a Computer-Based Card Sort. This section covers Accessing remote users with online sorts, Setting up a card sort using OptimalSort, Running an online OptimalSort card sort, Reviewing what participants see, Checking your data and Using the built-in analysis tools.

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