Web Information Site Architecture

A well-planned information architectures greatly benefits my clients. Accessing a site for the first time, your target audience can quickly understand your website effortlessly. They can quickly find the information they need, thereby reducing the time (and costs) wasted on both finding information and not finding information. See sample PDF.

Consumers, or users as we more commonly refer to them, want to find information quickly and easily.

Clarifies the mission and vision for the site, balancing the needs of its sponsoring organization and the needs of its audiences.

Determines what content and functionality the site will contain.

Specifies how users will find information in the site by defining its organization, navigation, labeling, and searching systems.

Maps out how the site will accommodate change and growth over time.