Information Architecture and Interaction Design Services

Visual Design Can’t Compensate for Bad Structure

An interface may look modern and attractive at first glance and may demo well, but if the information architecture is poor, it will be a painful experience to navigate and use.  Likewise, if the quality of interacting with the various elements of your UI is inconsistent, overly complicated, or error-prone, it will be painful to use. Defining the navigational elements and page structure based on an understanding of user workflow and defining consistently implemented interactions throughout ensure optimal usability.

Card Sorts

$1,500

A card sort is a valuable research activity when designing navigational systems. Participants organize navigation labels into logical categories revealing how they expect the interface to be organized.

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Site Maps and User Flows

Starting at
$1,500

Site maps document the organization of the pages on your website. User flow diagrams show not only the pages and navigation elements, but also the workflow, user inputs, and system responses in a flow diagram format.

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Wireframes

Starting at
$2,400

Wireframes are low-fidelity representations of the unique page types in your website, product, or app. They are particularly useful in communicating detailed design direction to developers. They can also be linked together to create interactive prototypes to test the quality of interaction design.

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Interactive Prototypes

Starting at
$1,800

Interactive prototypes of new designs are used in usability test sessions to assess design quality with real users. Know your design will be well-received before investing in development.

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