Category: Information architecture
Producing content is fun. But are all those pages really helping users? Or are they getting in the way? A step-by-step guide to putting your website on a diet.
Is navigation still important? Or do most people use your search feature? If you’ve never checked your logfiles, you’re probably in for a surprise…
A good description tag helps you get more visitors via Google. 12 tips to write a description tag that delivers.
Web builders or information architects who claim they don’t need to involve real users because ‘they know what’s best’ are pretty pretentious.
A CMS is a great tool that helps you create and publish content on your website. What a CMS can not do, is manage your website’s content. You need a real live person to do that.
Not the company that owns the website should be central in the webdesign process but the company’s customers. Talk to them to find out what they want.
Comparing products is one of the top tasks on the web. Make it easy for users to compare your products or services. 4 best practices.
Google’s new homepage focuses 100% on search. Tools and advertising programs are not prominently displayed. A classic example of knowing what your visitors’ top tasks are and acting on it.
What is information architecture? Why is it so important? What can you do to ensure your website has a good information structure?