Design intuitive navigation menus or content structures where users will no longer be lost.
Find out what users think about your site’s content. Increase findability and discoverability of key information.
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Why choose Card Sorting from UXtweak?
Quick insights, PDF reports
Get a quick picture of what grouping of content makes sense to people, by letting them sort it themselves. Export a detailed PDF report for your client, boss or team.
Ease of use and great UI
You don’t need to install anything. Just send testers a study link. UXtweak’s Card Sorting is online, quick and simple, with a modern user interface.
Fully customize your study
Use survey questions to screen out testers, collect additional comments and feedback. Segment testers later based on their characteristics.
How it works
1. Set up your study
Create your cards and discover how people think about grouping them into categories. Each card represents a content item (e.g., a menu label) from your site or app that can be grouped.
2. Recruit testers
Share your study with the world. It’s quick and simple. Just send testers a study link, recruit them through your own social media channels, or turn visitors directly from your site into testers through our recruiting widget. Time-consuming? Order testers from our user panel.
Get great insights from exploratory and statistical analysis. Standardize your categories and analyze data through Similarity matrix, Dendrogram and other visualisation tools. Learn how users perceive your content and create intuitive content grouping.
How it looks inside UXtweak
Full feature list
Open Card Sorting
Generate new, unrestricted ideas for categories by giving respondents total freedom in coming up with their own categories to sort cards into.
Closed Card Sorting
Validate your own strategy for organizing content by letting respondents sort cards into pre-defined categories. See if users’ understanding of concepts aligns with your own.
Hybrid Card Sorting
Combining the best of Open and Closed card sorting, Hybrid Card Sorting can be used to validate an information grouping strategy while still leaving respondents room for free expression.