This is the blank spreadsheet that Josie uses in the lesson for your website content audit, schedule of sessions and sitemap.
Here is the completed example for the site that Josie uses in the lesson.
To help jump start your recruitment process, here are some templates for emails to get people excite to help you.
This is a recap of all the information you'll need to successfully run your card sorting sessions.
While you can use anything to take notes about your observation from the sessions, this is a template that you can use to give some structure to your note-taking.
We are going to start by looking at what you already have on your site. Using the spreadsheet, Josie shows you how to audit the pages you already have and see what's actually useful.
Will shows you the process using the template on an example website.
Now it's time to transfer your site onto the cards that will be used in the actual session. Josie takes you through what info you need to have and what info you need to leave off.
These sessions don't work unless we have some real users to give you info. Using the email templates Josie helps you reach out and organize your sessions.
Will practically takes you through the templates and how they can be used.
It's time to run your sessions. Josie shows you everything you need to be prepared for the sessions, how to run them successfully and make sure everyone has a good time. You can print out the session information sheet to refer to during your own sesssion.
You've got some info, finally it's time to dig in. Josie shows you how to use the information and observations you've gathered from the session to make some effective changes to your site.
Will uses the templates to take you through an example of analyising session data.
As a bonus, Josie shows you how digital card sorting works, and a few real programs that could help you do it yourself.
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