Information Architecture

In art, the setting and presentation is essential. For data, context is everything. We have been working with words, concepts and processes long enough to know how to structure things: how to lay elements out for your users to navigate confidently; how to communicate a message through implicit ordering. It's about drawing the blueprints for your ideas, then implementing them with real content, words and data. 

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In practice

  1. Turning therapists into advocates

    Wesley

    A new document management portal for psychologists

  2. Redesigning the UK's most trusted way to find tradespeople

    Wesley

    The result is a distraction-free design, reducing the high volumes of information and ‘noise’ on the old site. And, you can’t miss the search feature: it’s spotlit and waiting to help you find a tradesperson you can trust.

  3. The Art of Website Design (Literally)

    Gabriel

    Every piece of artwork is accompanied by details – especially size and price – so that visitors conceive of the image as a physical piece.

  4. Property Search with School Catchment Areas

    Gabriel

    One thing the parents among us know is that when you’re looking for a new house, schools are up there as one of the most important considerations.

  5. Kevin Henry New Homes and Styling

    Andrew

    For home seekers, a New Homes section may not seem important on a property website. But for the agent, it is vital.

  6. Shop the Light Fantastic

    Gabriel

    The Lumie website was a classic ecommerce project: detailed content strategy, careful design, and development work customising an open source platform to fit the back office systems of the client.