• Have testers categorize information using Card Sorting

    Card sorting allows you to discover how your users categorize and understand information. It's a great way to understand how your users think about the structure of your design. Card sorting is use...

  • Ranking items using a Card Sort block

    Ranking exercises give you quantitative data about your tester's preferences, by allowing you to see how your testers order items in terms of relative importance or priority. Enable rankings on a ...

  • Using a Card Sort block to gather large amounts of feedback quickly

    Matrix tables consist of multiple rating-scale questions (i.e. Likert or semantic differential scales) that share the same response options (e.g very satisfied to very dissatisfied). They’re great...

  • Running picture sorting exercises with Card Sort blocks

    You can attach an image to each card to display to testers during a card sort. This allows your testers to sort pictures, rather than just text, into categories. Add images to your Card Sort To cr...

  • Previewing a card sort block

    Preview your maze Previewing a maze is a great way to ensure your test flows nicely, and that your users are seeing what you want them to see.Once you send your maze live, you won't be able to edit...

  • Adding tooltip descriptions to your cards

    You can provide more context by adding short descriptions to your cards in a Card Sort block. The descriptions will appear as a tooltip next to the card name. To add descriptions to the cards: Wh...

  • Adding tooltip descriptions to your categories

    You can provide more context by adding short descriptions to your categories in a Card Sort block. The descriptions will appear as a tooltip next to the category name. To add descriptions to your ...

  • Limiting the number of cards per category

    You can limit the number of cards a participant can sort into each category in a Card Sort block. To add a maximum number of cards to a category: When adding or editing categories, click the togg...

  • Open card sorting results

    Open card sorting is a paid plan feature. In an open card sort block, testers group cards into categories they create and name. This more flexible approach works well in the early stages of a proje...

  • Closed card sorting results

    In a closed card sorting block, testers group cards into categories you've predefined. This method works well at later stages of a project, as it allows you to evaluate whether already established ...

  • What is the similarity matrix?

    The similarity matrix evaluates the relationship between pairs of cards in a card sort. It is based on the percentage of participants who sorted any 2 cards into the same category. The most closely...

  • What is the agreement matrix?

    The agreement matrix clusters cards under each category based on their highest agreement rates. The agreement rate is the percentage of users who placed a card in a certain category in a card sort....

  • What is the agreement rate?

    The agreement rate is the percentage of users who placed a card in a certain category in a card sort. Single card agreement rate The single card agreement rate is the percentage of users who decide...