Information Architecture Audit
The key to increased web conversions is to develop a persuasive information architecture that will pull your visitor from their point of entry into your site through to your site's business objective.
Does your Information Architecture deliver results?
The navigational elements of your site are important for several reasons. They form the paths that users take to gain information about your company and services, and ultimately contribute to either a negative user experience or a positive user experience.
A user's experience on your site can heavily impact:
- Your company's corporate and brand image. Often, your website is the first impression your customers get of your business. A usable navigational architecture can ensure that your first impression is a good one.
- Your user's ability to reach your site's objective. Without a persuasive architecture, visitors are left searching through your site, seeking information they need to take action. Provide them with an easy route to their goal, and you can enjoy much higher conversion rates.
Our team of consultants has a strong working knowledge of site navigational elements and the importance of correlating them back to business drivers. We will evaluate your site's navigational architecture. We discover where the opportunities are, and where current disconnects are occurring.
Next we will form a site blue print that intuitively organizes and connects your target users to the information they need. These paths will efficiently deliver leads and sales, empowering your site to become a business tool, not a brochure.