Classification schemes and taxonomies for a site’s content need to be “invisible.” They should be so intuitive that a user doesn’t consciously think about it. This is often not the case. Many companies tend to use internal or technical jargon for naming their site sections or do not remain consistent in their labeling. Yet, many companies make similar types of mistakes when arranging their classification schemes.
We will provide you with a site hierarchy and labeling structure that speak the same language as your site’s users while reflecting its logical content arrangement.