ConceptCodify is an online card sorting application for everyone making websites and apps. It is quick, easy, and simple, and at a reasonable price. It wants everyone making websites and applications to make decisions based on self-conducted research and have access to the best tools available. Card sorting is a user research methodology where participants organize a set of concepts, or cards. The data from how each participant has organized the cards can then be analyzed into a cohesive whole. The analysis can be used to improve navigation, site maps, page organization, page layouts, page flows and process, copy organization, and even to reduce clutter. Card sorting belongs with usability testing, qualitative surveying, and user interviews as one of the primary user research techniques. Sadly, for most organizations, many research techniques are out of their price range and available time. ConceptCodify seeks to remedy this problem by making card sorting quick, easy, actionable, and affordable.
Every website and application should conduct a card sort before designing information architecture, navigation, processes, and layouts. Many card sorting tools available today are cluttered with excessive features, making card sorting too time consuming and expensive for most organizations. ConceptCodify instead focuses on providing the most straightforward way to better design decision making.
ConceptCodify was founded in October 2012 & is in development currently, and they want to make sure the application works well for a large volume of users in a variety of contexts before asking for money. They are keeping their expenses minimal during this time to ensure they can stay in this phase as long as necessary. ConceptCodify will notify its users at least 14 days in advance before exiting the free phase.
Current plan for pricing allows all users to have the first study for free to make sure ConceptCodify meets their needs. After the first study, they only charge $15 USD for the very first collector in each study. In other words, one will be able to design the study, but won’t be able to collect responses until one pay. After that point, you can create as many collectors one would like on that study.
Geekopedia wishes ConceptCodify best of luck for future endeavors.
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