Why Card Sorting is Wrong standard

Card sorting is a technique that was originally used in libraries to organize large quantities of information. Card sorting uses physical cards with words (or pictures or physical objects).  The cards are put on a big table and users are asked to group these cards into categories that make sense to them.   This technique allows to understand how users group information but is a wrong approach to organize information in a user interface because: When users interact with computers, the optimal information organization is not necessarily logical. Information can be organized along: 1) frequency /importance of use;  2) sequence of task 3) logical group;  4) standards (ex: month of the years), 5) numerical or alphabetical order. When doing card ...

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