[CBT] Help organize Mozilla.org content and learn a new UX exercise.
gmontagu at gmail.com
Mon May 25 13:14:23 UTC 2015
Done! Nice experience!
QA Mozilla Hispano Team Responsible
On 24 May 2015 at 21:44, Holly Habstritt <hhabstritt at mozilla.com> wrote:
> Hello CBT and Reps teams!
> We are currently redesigning the navigation and many of the web pages on Mozilla’s
> website <http://www.mozilla.org>. For this project, I would love your
> help and valuable perspective! An important part of this project is to make
> sure people can easily find information they need about Mozilla. One way we
> do this is with an activity called a Card Sort. This is also a nice
> opportunity to learn how you might use an activity like this on other
> projects too. Below you’ll find a link to this online activity that will
> take around 10-15 minutes of your time.
> You don’t need to have any special knowledge, don’t need to do any
> preparation, and there are no right or wrong answers. The “cards” that you
> will see in the activity will contain words for types of information that
> may be included on part of the Mozilla website. We’d like you to sort the
> cards into groups that you think belong together. This will help us to
> understand how you think about the content and how it could be organized.
> Visit the Cart Sorting activity here:
> The password for the activity is* ‘mozilla’*
> ** open on a desktop computer*
> ** this URL is specifically for CBT and Reps*
> You may like to think about the following questions while you group the
> What content would you like to see together on a website if you were
> looking for some of this information?
> Are there different things you need to know at different times?
> What cards just seem to belong together?
> If you like this methodology and think it could be useful for your own
> user experience work, the Participation Team will be holding a learning
> workshop on how to do this in the months ahead. In the meantime, if you’d
> like to learn more you can search for “Card Sorting”. Here’s one link to
> get you started.
> Thanks in advance. I’m excited to have your help on this if you have the
> time to do so. Let me know if you have any questions.
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