Category Archives: Information Architecture

Top 5 Best Website Examples Of Table Of Contents Design. Examples Of Table Of contents In Design

Best Website Examples Of Table Of Contents Designs

Indeed, their simple and typical table of contents design make it easy to just put them together as quickly as possible and move on. The table of content design is more than just a list of the parts of a book or other document in the order that they appear. An opportunity to shock an […]

MASTER INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE BY DESIGNING WITH DATA

MASTER INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE BY DESIGNING WITH DATA

In today’s digital era, having an impactful and compelling website is a critical component for any business or organization. A useful site that connects with your audience instills trust, screams authority, and drives action, can mean the difference between remaining relevant and competitive or falling silently to the wayside. Despite the critical importance of websites […]

KILLER MARKETING CAN’T OVERCOME POOR UX

MARKETING CAN’T OVERCOME POOR UX

In 2014, I was a busy, young software engineer working full-time for a tech company in London. On a quest to be hyper efficient, I was always was on the hunt for user-friendly tools that would streamline my workflows and cut back on paper usage, which proved to be a challenge. I fell right into […]

LEARNABILITY IN UX DESIGN

LEARNABILITY IN UX DESIGN

Building a learnable website is much tougher than it sounds. One thinks one’s design is clear and comprehensible; however, a design that might be obvious for you, might be perceived totally different by a user with a different set of experiences. Therefore, the goal is to design a clear user path that visitors can quickly […]

ENHANCING WEBSITE DESIGN WITH UX WRITING

WEBSITE DESIGN WITH UX WRITING

As a UX writer, it’s my job to know how to create web copy that convinces readers to take action. That said, it doesn’t matter how engaging of a story I craft for my clients’ web pages or blog posts. If what I’ve written looks terrible on the page, no one will bother to read […]

IN DEFENSE OF THE WORD “USER”

THE WORD USER

Recently-ish, there has been a small but noticeable backlash to the word “user”. Yeah, the word for people who do, in fact, use our websites, web apps, and products. Now, the word isn’t going anywhere, and if you like the word, no one’s saying you must stop using it. I mean, some people are saying that, but […]

10 data visualization best practices for the web

data visualization

Data visualization has quickly become a standard for disseminating information on the web. It’s used across a range of industries, from business intelligence to journalism, to help us understand and communicate the insights within data. Our brains are primed to process information that’s presented visually, making it much easier for us to understand data visualized […]

UX in the Age of Personalization

UX personalization

In this UX personalization article we will take a more detailed look at the UX practitioner’s emerging role in personalization design: from influencing technology selection, to data modeling, to page-level implementation. And it’s high time we did. A call to arms Just as UX people took up the torch around content strategy years ago, there is a […]