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Audience Language Should Guide Your Information Architecture

When you’re tackling a new website built or redesign, and it’s time to think about your site’s navigation and information architecture, keep your audience language, literacy, and understanding in top of mind.

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September 26, 2018

UX Planning, Website Architecture Strategy

Here’s How to Keep Your FAQ Page from Becoming A Graveyard

Are you thinking of including an FAQ page on your next website project? There’s a good chance you are. The frequently asked questions page is a common feature of many websites - regardless of the industry. They serve as a single place for a website user to find answers to all the common questions they might have about your product, services, organization or other relevant topics. They make it easy for website users; but unfortunately, they are seldom executed correctly.

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June 12, 2018

UX Planning, Website Architecture Strategy

Chatbots: A New Website User Experience

Your site is a collection of information built upon a defined Information Architecture, making it easy to navigate through. However, if you don’t know what content you have, it’s hard to put together a useful architecture. Whether you’re creating something from scratch or redesigning an existing site, completing a content audit will help you take stock of all of the information you need before you begin assessing IA.

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April 25, 2018

Website Architecture Strategy

Creating Website Structures that Are Built to Last

Website structures are the first step to building incredible information architecture, something that separates good websites from awesome experiences.

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March 21, 2018

Website Architecture Strategy

How Large Web Design Firms Plan Websites

The process of planning a website is often long and arduous. For large web design firms, it doesn’t get any easier. When you are part of a design firm, the projects are larger, as are the numbers associated with completing them. That includes the number of people involved in the websites’ creation. Suddenly, the skill set needed to plan websites shifts in priority from an understanding of information architecture to above average interpersonal skills.

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February 21, 2018

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