At BijouMind Interactive, we rely on task analysis and information architecture to organize key functionality or content for a software application, web site, or screen flow. Although task analysis and information architecture usually result in different types of design artifacts, they both represent the backbone of a well-designed interface and must accurately reflect the user’s goals, product functionality or content, business objectives, and constraints.
Our team members are experienced with different methods for gaining insight into users’ mental models and effectively applying these insights to user interface design. The end goal is to organize functionality and content into intuitive flows and structures that users can easily understand and adopt.
- Site visits / field interviews
- One-on-one user interviews in research facilities
- Contextual inquiry during user observations
- Affinity diagrams
- Card sorting
- Content inventory
Deliverables may include:
- Detailed task analysis
- Use scenarios
- Taskflow diagrams
- IA maps
- Annotated wireframes
- Interaction maps
- Content matrices
Contact us today for your free Information Architecture consultation.