SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] validating an achitecture?
Re: [Sigia-l] validating an achitecture?
On 28/3/06 3:03 AM, "Stewart Dean" <stew8dean_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
> So, really, validating IA using card sorting sounds like working out who has
> won 100m sprint by giving someone the names of the runners.
but is it any better than alternative methods? Is it any better, even
marginally, than random selection or duck entrails?
Apart from using a Closed Card Sort  to test site structure, what other
methods might be used, and would the results be quantifiable enough to
I'd like to see the results of a Card Based Classification Evaluation 
compared against the results of a Closed Card Sort, and both interpreted in
light of the results of a Category Agreement Analysis . Are there
existing heuristics for validating site architecture? Apart from the
abominable three click rule  of course! What other methods would you
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