See how easy it is for users to find critical pages on your site or app.
Confusing labels are a common pain point. Test to see if yours are understood.
Evaluate a proposed menu structure and see how it performs in real-world scenarios.
Avoid confusing menus by asking users to find the right location for completing key tasks, and evaluate your information hierarchy early in the design process.
We recommend running a tree test after you conduct a card sort to evaluate a proposed structure.
Your tree should include all main menu categories and sub-categories.
Tree tests are particularly useful in early development as you only need a proposed tree and key tasks - no wireframes or designs needed.
How tree testing and card sorting can be combined to create more user-friendly experiences.
Testing tree structures on your website can provide valuable UX insights.