Card sorting is a design research tool that helps you design your product (e.g., a website, an app) so users can more easily find what they want. Card sorting is usually used near the beginning of the design process, and can be used to guide the design of the navigation menu and the overall structure (information architecture) of the product.

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We hung out with a lot of neat people this month to talk about what we do and how we work. That, along with welcoming a new member to the team and hosting KW’s biggest tech social, made for a busy month.

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One of our teams at Boltmade was recently tasked to build a front-end JavaScript application. There are plenty of frameworks to choose from, and while we have experience with many of these options, we decided to give Facebook’s React library a try on the merits of its simplicity and re-usability.

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This month, we onboarded many new friends, and worked on internal sharing at Boltmade. Check out what we did, and some events coming up next month!

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