Articles tagged as “Planning Strategies” (26)

  • redesign website without oversized coffee mug

    Redesign Websites Without the Oversized Coffee Mug

    You’ve just been told that your company has decided to redo the website – all of it. For most designers, redesigns are just part of the job, but they aren’t always a welcome part. Unlike new sites, when you redesign existing websites you have the additional steps of auditing the current site, saving what works, identifying what needs to be fixed, and making it all look brand new.Continue reading

    Feb 09, 20188 min read
  • How To Plan Large Websites With Less Stress

    How To Plan Large Websites With Less Stress

    So, you’ve been asked to build a website, and it’s far from small. At this point, the question isn’t “how will you build it,” it’s “how will you plan it.” Slickplan understands how hard it can be to plan large websites, and thankfully, has many tools to help you do just that.Continue reading

    Feb 01, 20188 min read
  • building and IA checklist

    Building an Information Architecture Checklist

    Information architecture is a process that helps organize websites so that users can easily access services and information. This process is critical, especially for large internet sites, as it ensures the site meets both the user’s needs of and those of the business. While the goal of information architecture is often easy to understand, implementing the process can be somewhat less clear. To help you organize your next project, we’ve created a checklist for building website information architecture. Continue reading

    Aug 03, 20173 min read
  • It’s Time to Audit Your Information Architecture

    It’s Time to Audit Your Information Architecture

    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.Continue reading

    May 18, 20174 min read
  • Creating User-Friendly Navigation on a Pageless Website

    Creating User-Friendly Navigation on a Pageless Website

    If you’ve been on any websites the last couple of years, you may have noticed the popularity of pageless websites. It wouldn’t be a surprise, because these endlessly scrolling websites have been called the future of website design. Their pros and cons have been discussed from many points of view, including the technical considerations of page load time, their effect on SEO, and their low-maintenance. User experience, however, is an entirely different consideration.Continue reading

    Apr 14, 20175 min read
  • planning strategies

    Starting a UI Project with the UX in Mind

    When designing a user interface, it’s easy to get lost in the process and forget about the end user. Even though the user interface is designed to create a connection between man and machine, many of us instead focus on the machine rather than the man.Continue reading

    Mar 17, 20172 min read