Articles tagged as “Website Planning” (20)

  • New features

    Check Out Some of Our Latest New Features

    At Slickplan, we focus on making website creation a breeze, and some of our latest features make that goal even more possible. From Google Analytics integration to multilingual support these new features will take you from concept to website in no time. Gone are the days of multiple tabs – at least when it comes optimizing established website projects.Continue reading

    May 03, 20185 min read
  • reporting usability

    How to Create Actionable Results with Usability Reporting

    Creating a website project with a great user experience is much more than testing and designing. There’s also that critical step in between the two; when you interpret those test results and use them to make highly useful sites. Usability reporting is the process of delivering your test results to other designers, key decision makers and anyone else directly involved in the creation of the final project.Continue reading

    Apr 10, 20188 min read
  • Top 5 Web Analystics Tools Great for UX

    Top 5 Web Analytics Tools Great for UX

    Improving the user experience of a web project requires data and lots of it. You need to know what the user wants if you plan to create something that entertains or moves them to action. Great user experience is what separates a high-converting website from a mere website with a lot of visitors. Therefore, improving UX should be at the forefront of every web designer’s brain.Continue reading

    Feb 28, 20188 min read
  • Large Web Design Firms Plan Sites

    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.Continue reading

    Feb 21, 20188 min read
  • Help Center Information Architecture Blog

    Help Center Info Architecture – The Who, What, When, and Why

    If you think your help center is merely a collection of articles, now is the time to upgrade your thinking. A well-organized knowledge base can help your audience not only find the information they need but also stay engaged with your website longer. It’s more than the answers you provide, it’s about how you provide those answers. Continue reading

    Jan 24, 20188 min read
  • UX Resolution Blog

    Design Better With These UX New Year’s Resolutions

    Usability is not a trend, it is a necessity. If you aren’t already ensuring that your digital content is easy to navigate you should start now. It doesn’t have to be hard. There are plenty of UX strategies that make the process of creating user-focused experiences easy. It’s all about knowing what they are and deciding to use them.Continue reading

    Dec 27, 20178 min read
  • Prep for Information Architecture Design

    Do you Need to Prep for Information Architecture Design?

    So, you are all set. You’ve talked with the client (or yourself), and you have a good sense of what you are going to do. Now is the time to start organizing and diagramming your IA, right? Not so fast – before you begin, there are a few things to keep in mind. When it comes to website design, many people don’t recognize the amount of work that goes into it before you have a finished product. It’s almost like reality television. Sure you are watching it as it unfolds, but did you consider what may have happened before the show aired? Continue reading

    Jul 17, 20173 min read
  • Why Business Goals are Important to IA

    Why Business Goals Are Important to Information Architecture

    Why do you need to understand the business for Information Architecture? The first reason is because it helps define the context of a page. Additionally, when you consider business goals, you help support the business, which is designed to support the users. It’s important to remember – there are business goals for every project, and money is often at its root. If you were designing for only want the user wanted and needed, there would be no need for anyone to pay for such products and services. There’d also be a lot fewer websites advertising them. Continue reading

    Jun 28, 20174 min read
  • design mockup sketch

    Illustrate Your Ideas with Design Mockups

    Whether you have a simple wireframe, an elaborate sketch or a fully polished mockup, it can be easily uploaded into your project. To connect your design to your sitemap, select design mockup from the drop-down page menu. You can upload almost any image file type, including .tiff, .jpeg and .pngContinue reading

    May 24, 20172 min read
  • You’ve Created Your Sitemap, but What About the Content?

    You’ve Created Your Sitemap, but What About the Content?

    For years, the process of planning content involved multiple documents, complicated spreadsheets, and lost emails. Slickplan puts an end to the madness in one simple click. If you aren’t already using our content planning tool, here are some ways to do so.Continue reading

    Mar 31, 20174 min read