User research methods to build a strong information architecture: learn testing methods to help you build a strong taxonomy
About this Event
“Testing for Information Architecture” Virtual Workshop with Jen Blatz and Lana Gibbons
Why do you want to come?
- Limited to only 40 tickets
- Hands-on workshop
- Same workshop presented at UX New Zealand, at a fraction of the cost
- Learn all you need to conduct research methods and testing for the most common methods around information architecture (IA)
- Learn about card sorts, treejack tests and testing a prototype
- Be IA-ready for your next job or project
- Learn from professionals with years of experience conducting testing
- This event will sell out FAST
Purchase a workshop ticket and have access to the Vimeo recording for FREE.
Information architecture, taxonomy, is like the foundation of the house. You need to know how many rooms you have, and where they will be before you start picking out the wallpaper. This talk will help you get familiar with the various testing methods to help you build a strong foundation for your app, product or website.
IN THIS WORKSHOP YOU'LL LEARN:
- Level set of what information architecture is
- Methods to test information architecture
- Pros and cons of each method
- How do you do it
- How it helps inform taxonomy
Join Jen Blatz and Lana Gibbons for a hands-on and super-charged workshop to get you ready for testing for information architecture. This fundamental skill is critical for anyone in the user experience field building apps, products or websites.
This workshop was already taught at the UX New Zealand Conference. We are offering this same workshop at a deeply discounted price for our UXRS community.