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Recent Blog Articles

Why Information Seeking Is Important to Your Website

By | July 21st, 2016|Categories: Information Architecture, User Research & Usability Testing|

What is information seeking and why is it important to your website? Information seeking matters to your information-heavy website because people will look for information for different reasons and different outcomes and in different ways. Those reasons and ways need to be supported by the way your website structures and displays information. In other words, the information architecture of a site needs to meet user needs!

Website Navigation by Audience: 3 Reasons Not to Use It

By | July 13th, 2016|Categories: Information Architecture|

On the surface, audience based navigation seems to make sense. In user-centred design, we design for the user. If we group information based on the different users we've identified, then the user will know where to look on the website. In my early days, I did once try my hand at audience based navigation and quickly learned a few things (and felt an immense amount of frustration).

About Theresa Putkey

Leveraging over 10 years of experience in information architecture and over 15 years in the technology industry, I bring strong expertise to each customer. My tenure and experience in the field, coupled with my Masters degree in Information Science, provide a powerful approach to helping your organization achieve success.