We employ a mix of user research and analysis methods to gain real insight. How do users group the information? What types of labels do they use? How do they navigate? This challenge is complicated by the fact that web sites are designed for multiple users, and all users will have different ways of understanding the information. Their levels of familiarity with your company and your content will vary. For these reasons, even with a massive barrage of user tests, it is impossible to create a perfect organization system. One site does not fit all! However, by recognizing the importance of perspective, by striving to understand the intended audiences through user research and testing, and by providing multiple navigation pathways, you ca...
- 5. Organization Systems
- from Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, 3rd Edition
- Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.
- Released: November 2006
Validate broad and depth of structure taxonomy
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