Finding what you need on the website

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Last summer, we spent some time speaking with people affected by stroke about the Stroke Association and My Stroke Guide websites.

They told us what they liked and what they didn’t.  

Following this feedback, we want to improve the bits of the website that don't work as well as they could.  

But first, we need your help.  

We are running a card sort exercise from now until the 13th January. You can click below to get started or keep reading if you want to know more. 

Start card sort 

A card sort is exactly what it sounds like. We’ll (virtually) show you a number of cards and you will organise them into (virtual) piles.  

These piles will represent cards that you think belong together. There are no right or wrong answers. We want to know your opinions on how the cards you see relate to each other. 

You can watch a video of a mini card sort below to give you an idea of how it will work. 

Sounds a bit strange... 

It does, doesn’t it? 

If you’re worried or feeling intimidated by the “techy” aspect of this, we would encourage you to do this activity with a friend or family member.  

But don’t worry if this doesn’t sound like something you want to do. We know this is a slightly unusual ask. So if it isn’t your cup of tea, that is fine. 

How do I sign up? 

If you’d like to participate, simply click the link below to get started. 

Start card sort 

The deadline to complete is 13 January. It will probably take you around 10-20 minutes to complete.  

Please get in touch if you have any questions. You can reach me in a comment below or on

Thanks for your help, 


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