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Julia Kramer
University of California, Berkeley

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06/12/17
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Card Sorting asks participants to organize cards with words and images in ways that make sense to them. Given enough independent participants, analysis of the results can reveal patterns of the general user group. Card Sorting can be used to understand which perspectives users value most, to help structure information intuitively, or to reveal users' preferences, values, and understanding. ### Related Methods [Hierarchical Card Sorting](https://www.thedesignexchange.org/design_methods/186) [Single-Criterion Card Sorting](https://www.thedesignexchange.org/design_methods/219) [Closed Card Sorting](https://www.thedesignexchange.org/design_methods/150) [Open Card Sorting](https://www.thedesignexchange.org/design_methods/199) [Q Sort](https://www.thedesignexchange.org/design_methods/211)
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